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.
What Does the Trump Win Mean for the European Economy?
Three key factors need to be considered in determining the impact of the Trump victory on the European economy – uncertainty, trade and fiscal policies.
Dr Leslie Vinjamuri
Can Donald Trump Really Lead the Free World?
The next president of the United States faces a daunting challenge to restore America's moral authority as a global leader.
Can Donald Trump Bridge the Chasm and Govern for All?
America’s new president has won the vote of a disunited country and a distrustful electorate - making it extraordinarily difficult for him to govern effectively with any real mandate.
Professor Ben Saul
Standing Up for Justice in War
With the focus on military goals in Syria and Iraq, pursuing criminal accountability for atrocities by the many warring parties has been dangerously neglected.
Dr Charles Clift
The WHO's New Electoral Format Could Be a Model for Other UN Agencies
Even with its limited reforms, the UN health agency's new and more transparent process for choosing its director-general should improve the quality of elections and leadership.
New Troop Deployments Signal NATO Commitment to Baltics
The new defensive measures will be an important step towards reducing Russia’s opportunities for causing disruption.
Professor Kerry Brown
Is Xi Jinping Hoarding Power at the ‘Core’?
Not quite. The latest of Xi’s many titles still places him firmly in a structure of collective leadership.
Dr Nigel Gould-Davies
What to Know About Thailand’s Royal Transition
Nigel Gould-Davies sketches out how the country is reacting to the death of King Bhumibol and what comes next for Thai politics.