"Regulation of the industry could be coming, which could signal its death knell," Paul Poast argues.
Even if Trump isn't the Republican presidential nominee in 2024, anti-immigration policy is likely to remain a pillar of the party’s platform, Paul Poast writes.
Paul Poast looks at last week's midterm results and analyzes the key reasons why those results will shape US foreign policy and global affairs in general.
"Could an alternative to the U.S. dollar as a 'safe haven' emerge? Perhaps, but it’s not likely in the near term," Paul Poast argues.
"For a number of reasons, concerns that a Republican majority in Congress will undermine US support to Ukraine are unfounded," Paul Post argues.
With President Biden's latest escalation of the China-US trade war, the world is now a far cry from the "golden age" of globalized trade, Paul Poast argues.
Russia's use of a nuclear weapon in Ukraine would be catastrophic, but not solely because of the physical damage the it would cause, Paul Poast writes.
While calls for reform are understandable, they are not going to happen—nor should they, Paul Poast argues.
"Britain's leadership change offers an opportunity to take stock of the US and UK's 'special relationship,' which now looks pretty normal," Paul Poast argues.
If Russia does ultimately lose the war, Nonresident Fellow Paul Poast argues, it will be a great victory for the West and NATO.