We’ve finally made it: the Geopolitical World Cup Final is here! Our version of the quadrennial global soccer competition took a geopolitics-oriented view to determine which nation would come out on top in a no-holds-barred contest on all dimensions of power: economic, military, population, geography, development, and more.
Welcome back to our recurring series on the Geopolitical World Cup! We’re in the semifinal round now, after some eventful and hard-fought quarterfinal matches.
In our last article in the Geopolitical World Cup series, we finished out the Group Stage and determined who would advance to the knockout rounds.Read More »
Seventy years ago today, on April 3, 1948, President Harry Truman signed into law the most sweeping non-military foreign policy achievement of the 20th Century, perhaps in all of American history. That success, colloquially known as the Marshall Plan, helped revitalize Europe, set the stage for the next 50 years of American relations with the continent, and largely shaped the Europe we know today.Read More »