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The West and the Rest

After the Cold War, some thought peace and new technology would turn the world into a global village. In reality, it’s full of failed states and emerging powers hostile to the West.

China’s Era of Crisis

After Mao and Deng Xiaoping, the People’s Republic of China has now entered its third era, a period to be marked by economic decline, political turbulence, and external belligerence.

Leave Putin His Scraps

A deal that lets Russia keep the portions of eastern Ukraine it now controls could be useful for Kyiv—and perhaps not cause future aggression as is often assumed.

Unamerican?: The Fate of Deported Non-Citizen Criminals

Having served their time, they would now be free—were they citizens. Instead they were deported to their parents’ homeland, to live in limbo in essentially a foreign country.