Putin "goes to his grave being an indicted fugitive of an international criminal tribunal," says Nonresident Senior Fellow David Scheffer.
Deborah Amos, Jamil Anderlini, and Peter Spiegel join Ivo Daalder to discuss the week's top news stories.
With 20 years of hindsight, it is now possible to give Bush’s decision to invade a sober judgement, Paul Poast writes.
Amy Zegart, author of “Spies, Lies and Algorithms”, reveals how technology is transforming espionage.
"Bipartisan consensus (on the scope of the threat) needs to be reconsidered because the wrong diagnosis could yield the wrong, or even dangerous, prescriptions," Paul Heer writes.
“Both sides appear more inclined to score points against each other than to acknowledge their mistakes,” says Nonresident Senior Fellow Paul Heer.
Although the agreement is unpopular among South Koreans, it hasn't had much impact on the president's approval rating, Karl Friedhoff writes.
Senior Fellow Elizabeth Shackelford discusses the disparity between diplomatic and military spending on the Problem with Jon Stewart.
Ravi Agrawal, Steven Erlanger and Nahal Toosi join Ivo Daalder to discuss the week's top news stories.
Ongoing protests to safeguard democracy and a potential war with Iran could call into question US unconditional support for Israel, Paul Poast writes.