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Emerging Powers

Beyond The Turkish Coup

George Friedman | Posted 08.11.2016 | World
George Friedman

Erdoğan is restructuring Turkish institutions, from the military to schools to the media, in ways that will support whatever moves he chooses to make. His long-term intentions - the ends toward which he is restructuring Turkish institutions - are unclear.

American Leadership in a World in Flux

Bruce Jones | Posted 05.10.2014 | Politics
Bruce Jones

In every region, and at home, critics decry the lack of American leadership, and American withdrawal from the world stage. The narrative of American decline and withdrawal is becoming the conventional wisdom. But is it right?

Emergent Powers: India, Brazil, South Africa and the Responsibility to Protect

Simon Adams | Posted 11.20.2012 | World
Simon Adams

Those at risk of future mass atrocities need India, Brazil and South Africa to become Responsibility to Protect's champions and not sit on the sidelines of history. Indeed, their lives may well depend upon it.

My Talk with Fareed Zakaria: Obama Must Face A Post-American World

Nathan Gardels | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Nathan Gardels

I talked with Zakaria about what Obama faces as president: he will have to deal with China, India, and the developing world as they aspire to catch up with America.