Featuring guests located outside the United States, Worldwise aspires to illuminate international affairs and help Americans understand perspectives abroad.
Can America remain a great power?
Rachel: Don’t divide state and non-state threats
Drafting a security strategy for the 21st century
The problem with modern alliances
It’s time for Europe and Afghanistan to lead
Should the US support the corrupt Afghan government?
The many disappointments of the European Union
What will the next global order look like?
The last best chance to turn rising powers into global stakeholders
Why American conservatives are EU-skeptics
Worrisome anti-European sentiment among British conservatives
How to save NATO
Optimism vs. pessimism on Afghanistan
Vague goals, uncertain metrics
Failing to capitalize on success, mission-creeping into a drug war
Which lessons should we take from Iraq?
If the Taliban returns to power, will America be cool with that?
Can the US still fight wars effectively?
Clinton in North Korea: distasteful but necessary
Now Iran has US hostages, too
Dan: John Bolton is the Glenn Beck of foreign policy
Why North Korea’s neighbors support the status quo
How the Iranian upheaval hurts Obama
David: Make Iran’s leaders permanent international pariahs
Did Joe Biden reset the US-Russia “reset”?
Is an attack on Latvia an attack on America?
Why Obama is failing on health care
Matt: Birthers are an incredible boon to Obama
How US immigration policy affects the coup in Honduras