In the weekly Marksism series, Mark Tooley, Mark Melton, and Marc LiVecche discuss the latest content from the week. First,…
Mark Tooley & Marc LiVecche & Mark MeltonSeptember 18, 2020
Taiwan and the US should develop a policy for if, and when, tensions with the People’s Republic of China escalate. For Taiwan, the opportunities of COVID-19 present the perfect time to do so.
Ashley YoungSeptember 8, 2020
Keir A. Lieber and Daryl G. Press argue in “The Myth of the Nuclear Revolution” that the Atomic Age isn’t too different from other ages. Geopolitical rivalries, arms races, military doctrines, stalemates, and much else are still the same.
Robert JoustraSeptember 1, 2020
Last month Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong offered three recommendations for the US government to enhance its relationships in Asia in the context of US-China tensions.
Ashley YoungAugust 28, 2020
Here’s my chat with author and Mideast savant Joel Rosenberg about the diplomatic breakthrough between Israel and the United Arab…
Mark Tooley & Joel RosenburgAugust 20, 2020
The declaration of peace between the United Arab Emirates and Israel marks the dawn of a new day.
Robert NicholsonAugust 15, 2020
In spite of the mixed reactions, could that new agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates bring new benefits to the region, and to the Palestinians in particular?
Khalil SayeghAugust 14, 2020
Why is the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict still considered “frozen”? Simply put, the conflict’s continuation is in Russia’s interests.
Wouter Jan de GraafAugust 11, 2020
In this episode of the Foreign Policy ProvCast, Joshua Walker speaks with Mark Melton about Japan’s geopolitical role, especially as…
Joshua W. Walker & Mark MeltonAugust 7, 2020
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