Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy is an American news publication, founded in 1970 and focused on global affairs, current events, and domestic and international policy. It produces content daily on its website, and in six print issues annually. Foreign Policy magazine and are published by The FP Group, a division of Graham Holdings Company (formerly The Washington Post Company). The FP Group also produces FP Events, Foreign Policy's events division, launched in 2012.



ECFR: European Council on Foreign Relations · 28 September 2023 English

The EU is facing a make-or-break moment in terms of whether it is willing to pay the costs – both financial and political – of moving forward with decarbonisation at …

implementation of the European Green Deal on the EU’s foreign policy are currently understood as more of a risk package implies. They are likely to play on the foreign policy concerns that our survey shows exist in the coherent, effective and values-based European foreign policy. ECFR has developed a strategy with three distinctive our ideas and advocate for a values-based EU foreign policy. ECFR works in partnership with other think

SWP: Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik · 27 September 2023 English

SWP Comment 2023/C 49, September 2023, 6 Pages

expectations were left unmet, fur- Turkish foreign policy treats the South Cau- ther complicating its nian position to counterbalance Baku, a its foreign policy. Indicators of this change strategy that was access between that Turkey’s post-election foreign policy Nakhchivan and Baku, and its direct land might

NYU: New York University · 26 September 2023 English

The U.S. can more effectively anticipate and halt atrocities worldwide through prioritizing atrocity prevention and leveraging tools. The post Pivoting to Prevention: How the Biden Administration Can Accelerate Implementation of …

Individual Contributors to Policy Commons · 22 September 2023 English

This has been quite an important week for post-Brexit politics, in that there has been the clearest indication yet of the approach of the anticipated future Labour government, and certainly …

relations with the EU as their “number one” foreign policy goal. This isn’t just about the TCA, and would

Cato Institute · 22 September 2023 English

Regardless of how it ends, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine is likely to go down in history as a massively counterproductive failure, and he may well be remembered …

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Jamestown Foundation · 22 September 2023 English

The articles consistently emphasize the line that the political security of the Communist Party of China is the foundation for the entire national edifice. [...] For instance, a post from …

withdrawal of investment by multinationals (Foreign Policy, September 6). Yet President Xi, who is Chinese

Cato Institute · 22 September 2023 English

On September 13, the United States announced that it would redirect $85 million in foreign military financing from Egypt to Taiwan due to the former’s human rights abuses. Egypt’s disregard …

dictators. While Biden has framed much of his foreign policy as creating a coalition of liberal states to

RSIS: S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies · 22 September 2023 English

significantly leaning towards the Indian Ocean, specifically India, as the cornerstone of its foreign policy in the Indo-Pacific. [...] The several islands in the region, including the island of Mayotte

specifically India, as the cornerstone of its foreign policy in the Indo-Pacific. The French diplomacy is “push for strategic autonomy aligns with our foreign policy … We find [Macron] to be a breath of fresh

HBS: Heinrich Boll Foundation · 22 September 2023

Still, by means of constitutional provisions, legal loopholes and the non-elected Senate, the establishment was in control of much of the electoral process, thus blocking attempts by the winning Move …

guiding principle of Germany's value-based foreign policy, and the EU's election observation missions guiding princi- ple of Germany's value-based foreign policy.[136] Germany supports election observation an integral and visible element of the EU's foreign policy instruments and external support to processes Vote Spells Danger for Junta and Monarchy. Foreign Policy. 22 May 2022. Kendall, Dave: Explainer: The Monitors Endorse Cambodia's Sham Election. Foreign Policy, 30 July 2018. Morgenbesser, Lee: The Rise

Cato Institute · 21 September 2023 English

House Office Building, Room 2043. Justin Logan, the Cato Institute’s director of defense and foreign policy and author of “Uncle Sucker: Why U.S. Efforts at Defense Burdensharing Fail,” will present his

FEATURING Justin Logan Director of Defense and Foreign Policy Studies, Cato Institute Lawrence Montreuil the Cato Institute’s director of defense and foreign policy and author of “Uncle Sucker: Why U.S. Efforts

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