In the perennial struggle between labor and capital, the balance of power has noticeably shifted in labor’s favor.
This year cemented the Global South—as a term, as a concept and as a force—in global politics, and it will continue to shape the world order.
In 2023, policymakers in the United States and Europe increasingly shifted their positions to the right on immigration.
The COP28 deal among almost 200 countries to “transition away” from fossil fuels is both significantly flawed and cause for reassurance.
The EU has gotten a head start on responding to the debate over AI safety, becoming the first major market to substantively regulate AI.
As with all personalistic authoritarian regimes, Putin’s long-term challenge is finding a successor able to maintain regime cohesion.
A drone strike that killed 85 civilians will further undermine the Nigerian population’s trust in the country’s security forces.
The increasingly urgent need for carbon-free, dependable energy sources is causing many countries to once again turn to nuclear energy.