Lake Dodson // Australia may finally accept the responsibility of becoming an internationally recognized, legitimate, nuclear state.
Lajos Kossuth on Broadway. New York Public Library Digital Collection. Public domain. Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky’s speech to Congress Wednesday night saw the leader receive a standing ovation roughly once every ninety seconds. The enthusiasm brought to mind a similar episode 171 years ago: a visit by Hungarian revolutionary Lajos Kossuth. Kossuth had led Hungary … Continue reading Zelensky’s Visit, “Kossuth Mania,” and America’s Altered Foreign Policy Debate
Noah Schwartz // Senator Bernie Sanders’ 2016 and 2020 campaigns reignited the progressive electoral American political project and raised questions about the foreign policy of such a project. To understand the foreign policy of the contemporary American Left, Realist Review reached out to Daniel Bessner.
Georgia Piantanida // When people see themselves represented, they feel more compelled to support decisions. When people exist in a system that includes different perspectives, they are more likely to support each other and less likely to harm others.
Narupat Rattanakit // The United States must pursue a high level of engagement that respects ASEAN centrality to avoid and repeat the same disrespect shown during the Cold War and post-Cold War period.
By Matthew Bryant // What was the effect that the death of Ayman Al-Zawahiri had on the global war on terror? The straightforward answer is that it mattered very little. The United States framed the global war on terror in terms of fighting an ideology rather than a specific target.
By Egor Spirin // The trilemma of American foreign policy makes it more challenging to pursue a clear strategic course and it exacerbates the problem of perception.
By Jacob Bosen // The United States is summoning a great power competition where it faces an increasingly resolute Russian and Chinese coalition.
By Christopher Ynclan Jr. // China has gradually isolated itself in the Asia-Pacific through its belligerent wolf warrior diplomacy and maritime ambitions.
By Rishab Chatty & Patrick Fox // The global Muslim population will be targeted amid rising global tensions. The United States has the global influence to save millions of these lives.