"US sales of lethal firearms aren’t just a domestic issue," argues Nonresident Senior Fellow Robert Muggah in Foreign Policy.
Daniel Drezner explores the importance of leaders having an optimistic outlook and how far the optimism can go to build a better world.
Reports that Iran is nearing the point of capably developing a nuclear weapon are causing alarm, but they are still a ways away from building a bomb.
Five months after Russia's invasion of Ukraine, more soldiers are dying per day than the typical war — and all signs point to protracted conflict.
As climate change continues to displace people, those fleeing must be protected as refugees, argues John Slocum in Crain's Chicago Business.
Emma Ashford and James Goldgeier join Deep Dish to discuss the war in Ukraine from restraint and liberal internationalist perspectives.
Leaders at this year's G7 summit have a "unique, and potentially short, window of opportunity to breathe new life into the Western alliance."
Ivo Daalder and James Lindsay argue that the West must form a G-12 alliance to “turn its newfound unity into a broader effort to save the rules-based order.”
Karl Friedhoff examines South Korea President Yoon Suk-yeol’s promise to restore the country’s nuclear industry to its past glory.
"It is rarely acknowledged or even considered that Beijing actually shares much of Washington’s vision for the Indo-Pacific," argues Paul Heer in the National Interest.