Lacking accountability, proper indicators, or binding implementation mechanisms, the new Sustainable Development Goals are unlikely to be achieved.
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Presidential candidates tend to focus on the economy during the campaign, and yet spend at least as much time on foreign policy once in office.
Continue reading Why Foreign Policy Matters in the 2016 Election
Relive some of the best tweets from the new year’s first GOP debate.
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In an age in which soft power has never been more important, the social influence of a platform like Humans of New York cannot be underestimated.
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Australia’s flawed solution to its never-ending migrant crisis provides a cautionary tale for European policymakers.
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Today’s far-right is a wolf in sheep’s clothing, preaching bigotry veneered with a rhetorical gloss of intellectual honesty and populism.
Continue reading So Swings the Pendulum: Refugees and the Far-Right
Poland’s new ruling party is intent on protecting the nation’s self-interest, even at the expense of EU policy.
Continue reading Poland’s Shift to the Right: Poland First, Europe Second
American politicians are engaged in a dangerous war of words with Islamic State, which is exactly what the group wants.
Continue reading Safe Spaces and Safe Zones: How America’s Culture Wars Bleed into Its Foreign Wars
Demetrios Papageorgiou speaks with Athens-based journalist John Psaropoulos about Greece’s dual migrant and debt crises.
Continue reading Greece on Edge: Coping with Two Crises at Once