Of the four centers of world power, Russia simulates being a compact power, renovated, and aggressive. In reality, it is a rigid and unstable system that in foreign policy bets …Read More »
The theory of the balance of power, well represented today by Henry Kissinger, assumes that each of the contenders in equilibrium enjoys a significant measure of internal unity. What happens …Read More »
The election of a new “normal” president in USA is welcome, but it does not eliminate the dangers that threaten democracy. This article enumerates them.
With the election of …Read More »
China and the United States are poised to clash, unless a better mutual understanding is reached once they overcome their rigidities and prejudices.
In my previous article, written on …Read More »
The world is caught in a vise between two great transitions: one in the United States and the other one in China. This article comments on the first of these …Read More »