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Foreign Affairs (page 6)

August 18, 2023 5:32 am

Lessons for American Democracy from a Russian Prison Cell

What we can learn Alexei Navalny’s meditation about what went wrong for his country.
Benjamin Parker
August 18, 2023 5:32 am

El Salvador’s Dictator Is a Darling of the American Right. He Shouldn’t Be.

Untroubled by Nayib Bukele’s dismantling of democracy, they praise him for his toughness.
Joseph Bouchard
August 15, 2023 5:32 am

I Remember the Afghans We Left Behind

Two years after the fall of Kabul, memory still isn’t enough, but it’s all I have left to give.
Will Selber
August 10, 2023 5:18 am

Sanctions on Russia Are Working—Just Not How Some People Thought

Economic pressure is more of a slow squeeze than a sudden shock.
Mark Galeotti
August 9, 2023 5:32 am

What the Ukrainian Army Is Trying to Do Is Hard—Even for Americans

Combined arms operations, especially an attack against a prepared defender, are difficult even for the world’s best militaries.
Mark Hertling
July 31, 2023 5:32 am

The Three Battles Raging in Ukraine

And what historical clashes they compare to.
Benjamin Parker
July 18, 2023 5:31 am

Ukraine After the NATO Summit: The Glass Half-Full?

Plus: New Medvedev screed blows apart Kremlin talking points about the “threat” of Ukraine’s NATO membership.
Cathy Young
July 13, 2023 5:31 am

Russian Opposition Still Clashing with Pro-Ukraine Activists

Clashes over memes and jokes distract from the larger things they share in common.
Cathy Young
July 10, 2023 5:32 am

Ukraine Gets the Weapons It Needs, But Always Too Late

After months of dawdling, the Biden administration announced cluster munitions deliveries for Ukraine.
Giselle Donnelly
July 10, 2023 5:31 am

China’s Influence Operations in the U.S. Demand Closer Scrutiny

They are more widespread and more subtle than is generally understood.
Ellen Bork