I talked about the book with Emma Ashford and Trevor Thrall on their Cato Institute podcast, Power Problems. We spent a fair amount of time on contestation over liberal order, batting around some historical analogies, Read More
There are a variety of forces pushing the United States toward the exit for global hegemony, but none is quite so frustrating as the Trump administration’s simple abdication from exercising leadership. Trump is doing his best to get the United States Read More
The broader geopolitical fallout of COVID-19 may depend on the contrast between Beijing’s apparent success in slowing the pandemic and the fact that Western countries – most notably Italy – now face national emergencies in Read More
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We’ll be doing a book launch and discussion at St. Antony’s College on Wednesday, February 26. More information here.
Alex discussed the book on “Late Night Radio” with Phillip Adams. Give it a listen!
I recorded a two-part interview with Van Jackson on his excellent podcast. The first part is mostly autobiography, but in the second we turn more to discussing issues related to the book.
The Lowy Institute has a nice visualization of the rapid rise of Chinese trade and its displacement of the United States as the most important global trading partner. Who dominates global trade? It is well Read More
Dan joined Kate Kizer, Adam Mount, Loren DeJonge Schulman, Mena Ayazi, and A. Trevor Thrall for a panel on the future of, divisions among, and nature of progressive foreign policy. You can watch the video Read More
Benjamin Tallis was kind of enough to invite me to present at the Hamburg Insecurity Sessions. Not only did I have a terrific and intellectually stimulating time, but it’s resulted in a video of me Read More