Paul Robinson examines the interaction between legitimacy, which he views as subjective, and the political demands of an institutionalized liberalism.
Withdrawing American forces from Afghanistan after two decades of war in that country remains the soundest policy decision by a U.S. president in years.
While we have a good idea of what doesn’t work in countering disinformation, we have very little idea of what, if anything, does work. Much more research needs to be conducted. Supporting
IPD Executive Director Bijan Ahmadi spoke to BBC News (Persian service) on recent developments in JCPOA negotiations and the expected response from the Biden administration to Iran's proposals.
Senior Fellow Andrew Latham writes for Responsible Statecraft on a new book from Hal Brands and Michael Beckley who make analogies to Germany and Japan to argue why Beijing may seek conflict.
Senior Fellow Jeremy Paltiel published an article for East Asia Forum on Canada's China policy under Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly in the context of Ottawa's unreleased Indo-Pacific strategy.
Executive Director Bijan Ahmadi spoke to Al-Monitor on recent developments between the EU and Iran regarding attempts to salvage negotiations over the JCPOA's revival.
Senior Fellow Ahmad Farid Tookhy published an article in The National Interest examing paths forward for Washington's approach to the Taliban government in Kabul as well as some of the challenges that
Senior Fellow Andrew Latham writes for The Hill on a new book from Ali Wyne that offers what Latham believes is the first systematic critique of the frame of great-power competition to
IPD Executive Director Bijan Ahmadi participated in a discussion on BBC Persian on increased Russia-Iran cooperation including the launch of 'Khayyam' satellite and recent developments in JCPOA negotiations.