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Migration is polarizing societies around the globe and has become one of the most important political cleavages of our times.

Social media and the Internet play an important role in the proliferation of hateful and extreme speech.

The 28 EU members states have recently agreed to work toward a sanctions mechanism in an attempt to deter future cyberattacks.

The United States remains the largest arms dealer in the Middle East, but over the past four decades China has emerged as a “Plan B” to meet arms d

The upcoming G-20 summit in Argentina prioritizes the future of work, searching for ways to meet the challenges of a digitized economy.

It has been ten years since the Group of Twenty (G20) became the world’s premier forum for global economic cooperation.

As a trade war mounts between the United States and China, South Korea has found itself caught in the middle.

This article first appeared in the print edition of the Journal of International Affairs, Winter 1992.

A decade ago, influential Russian analysts concluded that the emergence of a multipolar world was inevitable, and that Russia could benefit from th

The epoch-making failure of the Versailles conference to address legitimate Chinese concerns and reconstitute Chinese sovereignty over Shandong unl

This article first appeared in the print edition of the Journal of International Affairs, Spring 1977.

Professor Richard K. Betts reflects on lessons learned since the Great War and its continuing relevance in today’s foreign policy.