Trump and Brexit: The Cost of Failure to Empathize
The success of Donald Trump and the Brexit campaign exposed divisions within British and American society that empathy could help to mitigate. But empathy also helps explain why these successes happened in the first place.
The Climate vs. Donald Trump
All countries stand to lose if the US backslides on climate change, most of all the US.
Britain is Caught Between Trump and a Hard Place
This is London’s geopolitical reality now: caught between a retrograde American administration with which it no longer shares a world view and a frustrated Europe it is trying to divorce.
Dr Patricia Lewis
Trump Leads US Security Policy Into Uncharted Territory
Across a range of critical security issues, the president-elect will break from his predecessors.
How the New Indonesia-EU FLEGT Licence Can Contribute to the Sustainable Development Agenda
The FLEGT timber licence marks a breakthrough in the battle against illegal logging and has the potential to help towards achieving the SDGs in the forest sector and beyond.
States Must Make Sure Cooperation Does Not Become Complicity
Operational and other assistance in armed conflict is increasingly leaving governments exposed when partners violate international law.
Many Middle East Countries Will Welcome Trump’s Victory
The president-elect’s contradictory statements mean many people in the region see him as a blank canvas, a strongman and an accelerant of US decline.
Time for Europe to Take the Reins
Donald Trump’s victory will reshape the way America engages with the world. European countries will need to pick up where the US leaves off.
How Did Trump Win and What Happens Next?
Peter Trubowitz looks at some domestic and international effects of Donald Trump's stunning victory.
Keeping Syrian Refugees Out Has Not Made Turkey Secure
Increased border security has not stopped ISIS attacks on Turkish soil, but has pushed fleeing Syrians to try riskier crossings.