With a presidential election fast approaching, Taipei’s defense policy could go in multiple directions.
The success of ambitious states will be determined by their ability to shape global infrastructures and the cities they connect around the world.
Advancing the group's pillars of prosperity and development will be at the very heart of competition with China in the coming decade.
Russians report limited impact of Western-imposed sanctions and continued support for the war in Ukraine.
The Russian public is concerned about NATO expansion but does not think an attack from the West is imminent.
Survey results reveal how Japanese perceptions of security in East Asia have changed following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Through infrastructure investments, economic integration, and green and digital transitions, the EU's Global Gateway will shape Africa and its cities as new hubs for development.
The Atlas of Impunity, a joint effort of David Miliband, the Eurasia Group, and the Council, comprehensively tracks abuse of power across five key dimensions.
African cities have emerged as proxy arenas where different modes of international relations are given effect through the development of infrastructure.
Great power competition is the organizing principle of President Biden’s new National Security Strategy. Is the American public on board?