A Sea Change: France, Aukus and the Future of American Security

By Daniel Durgavich President Donald Trump, First Lady Melania Trump, French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte Macron at the Normandy American Cemetery to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day Image Credit: REUTERS/Carlos Barria Last Friday was supposed to be a night of celebration in Washington, as the French embassy had been preparing to … Continue reading A Sea Change: France, Aukus and the Future of American Security

Brexit: The End of Populist Promises

Written by Jan Gerber; Edited by Scott Strgacich Brexit, like winter in Game of Thrones, has been coming for years, and now that it’s finally here, the resolution feels rushed, unsatisfying, and messy. Everyone feels cheated.  Although there has not been a more perplexing political drama playing out for the last three years, little has … Continue reading Brexit: The End of Populist Promises

The Populist Pushback on Climate Change

Cover image by Natalie Wu Written by Jan Gerber On December 3, 2018, as the warmest year on record was coming to a close, the Polish President Andrzej Duda delivered his opening remarks at the COP24 Climate Conference in Katowice, Poland. With the double-edged motto of the conference, “Changing Together,” over his head, Mr. Duda … Continue reading The Populist Pushback on Climate Change