Nonpartisan analyses of critical foreign affairs issues, the challenges they entail and options for the international community. Produced by George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs.
Co-host Robin Gloss and Lucas Miller reflect on the Election Edition of the Foreign Affairs Inbox Podcast.
A multifaceted approach is needed to repair the relationship between the U.S. and Latin America.
Besides rejoining the Paris Agreement, where else should U.S. direct its interests in climate change to combat this global issue?
A conversation with Dr. David Shinn on the United States’ foreign policy in Africa
A conversation with “Badges Without Borders” author, Dr. Stuart Schrader on global influence the United States’ Presidential Election may have on policing.
Yellow Vests in Paris: A Year in Review
A Conversation with Ambassador Bill Taylor: Impeachment Trial, Ukraine and United States Interests
Survive and Thrive: Women’s Economic Empowerment in Afghanistan. Discussing Afghan women’s progress in business on International Women’s Day
Its refugee crisis intensifies as a political rivalry creates a dire humanitarian crisis
What are the truths versus misconceptions of the novel Coronavirus?
The U.S. Iran Conflict reignited with Soleimani assassination.
Will Greta’s Climate Change Protest have a true Global impact?
Algeria’s protests fall along generational lines, and is used as a way to make governmental change. What’s next for Algeria following its political revolt?
Nigeria; the new economic frontier takes center stage. Will it succeed?
A conversation with Aasha Shaik, celebrating the International Day of Girl Summit. Livestream of the event can be found here: https://dayofthegirlsummit.org/
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Why shattered political dreams follow the Arab Spring revolution
The impact of drone warfare on military rules of engagement.
What makes the authoritarian Chinese Communist Party more effective than others in existence?
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