October 18, 2008Monetary Policy
Some emerging market central banks have noticed that they – unlike the Bank of Japan, Bank of England, Swiss National Bank and the European Central Bank – don’t have access to unlimited dollar credit…
March 17, 2022Foreign Policy
The applicability of the Truman Doctrine to the West's present confrontation with Russia is constrained by the realities of a different time, seventy-five years ago.
June 12, 2017Digital Policy
Guest contributor Milton Mueller examines whether a global and interconnected internet is truly under threat of being "Balkanized."
April 9, 2021Women and Women's Rights
Welcome to “Women Around the World: This Week,” a series that highlights noteworthy news related to women and U.S. foreign policy. This week’s post covers April 3 to April 9.
April 27, 2021Europe
In addition to undermining European unity, BRI may also work to cleave the transatlantic alliance. To head off these dilemmas, Europe will need to provide clear alternatives to Chinese infrastructure…
April 1, 2019Europe
As NATO turns seventy, history's most successful multilateral alliance faces significant internal challenges.
June 27, 2014Austria
A loving couple. An heir to the throne. A wife shunned by her husband’s family. Two countries bitterly at odds. A shadowy secret organization. Security officials indifferent to their responsibilities…