GMF: Gregory Feifer and Susan Corke on transatlantic stress
The coronavirus pandemic is a pivotal moment for the transatlantic alliance, a brutal, devastating test about collective responsibility and shared values no side can afford to waste.
The New Republic: Gregory Feifer on Putin’s strategy
The Russian president is expertly maneuvering toward power for life by cloaking his moves as the reluctant bride.
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CHINA AT ITS LIMITS, AN EMPIRE’S RISE BEYOND ITS BORDERS
Insight into the country's rise as a global power through the eyes of frontier residents.
NATO under threat as military alliance marks 70th anniversary
More than 60 foreign policy experts issue statement addressing threats from backsliding members and attacks by the US president.
US-Taliban talks: Where will they lead Afghanistan?
Can the militant group really help bring peace?
The Atlantic: Gregory Feifer on the Soviet war in Afghanistan
KGB poisonings, Coca-Cola and other facts about the 1979 invasion belie the White House version of events.
The New Republic: Gregory Feifer on the fight for liberalism in Hungary
Closing a university is a threat to the transatlantic alliance.
Reuters: Gregory Feifer on European fears over the Trump-Putin summit
Uncertainty about where the Trump administration is ultimately heading is shaking a continent swept up in an anti-immigrant, right-wing populist tide.
Democracy in Europe group calls on NATO to protect democratic institutions
ICWA director joins foreign policy experts and former officials ahead of the alliance’s summit.
Japanese arcades and nation-branding
What gaming says about the national character.