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Foreign Affairs (page 5)

September 13, 2023 5:32 am

What Happened to Central Europe’s Center Right?

Strong parties are withstanding the populist-nationalist wave. Weak parties are being swept aside.
Dalibor Rohac
September 12, 2023 5:32 am

Russia’s War on Ukraine: Lessons from 1918

Firepower, manpower, and victory.
Giselle Donnelly
September 11, 2023 5:32 am

Remembering Russian War Crimes in Mariupol

Wrenching accounts of the city’s destruction remind us why Putin mustn’t claim it as his prize.
Cathy Young
September 8, 2023 5:32 am

How to Think About Ukraine’s War on Corruption

What Americans see as symptoms of an endemic problem, Ukrainians themselves see as antibodies and signs of hope.
Tamar Jacoby
September 8, 2023 5:32 am

China Could Be More Aggressive Post-Growth

Without a rising standard of living to offer its people, and with its window of opportunity shrinking, the Chinese Communist…
Patrick Chovanec
September 1, 2023 5:32 am

In Death, Prigozhin Becomes the Face of Late-Stage Putinism

The Wagner chief’s (likely) demise speaks to a much larger, troubling reality for the future of the Russian state.
Cathy Young
August 31, 2023 5:32 am

Biden’s Destiny Is Linked to Ukraine’s

As goes Ukraine's war against Russian aggression, so likely goes Biden's re-election campaign.
Dalibor Rohac
August 28, 2023 5:15 am

How to Understand Germany’s Policy Toward Ukraine

The new leadership role Germany is creating for itself in Europe is rooted in complications and contradictions that go back…
H. David Baer
August 25, 2023 5:32 am

Ukraine Doesn’t Need Armchair Generals

Anonymous comments by Biden administration officials criticizing the Ukrainian armed forces don't help anyone.
Eric S. Edelman and Franklin C. Miller
August 23, 2023 5:32 am

America Needs a Ukraine Policy Separate from Its Russia Policy

For more than three decades, Washington has subordinated its relationship with Kyiv to its relationship with Moscow.
Ian Kelly