The World's Vote
So Barack Obama pulls 200,000 Berliners to the Victory Column, which celebrates Prussia’s victories over Danes, Austrians and French. But that—a mere 6 percent of Berlin’s population—is nothing compared to the polls telling us that nearly three-quarters of all Germans (74 percent) would cast their ballot for Obama, if they could. However bizarre in its […]
The New Courtiers
What some star analysts of world politics today have in common with Theodore Lascaris.
Today’s European Union is yesterday’s Austro-Hungarian Empire on the gameboard of world politics.
NATO is obsolete; the Atlantic world is anything but.
The Global Election
The 2008 U.S. presidential campaign has attracted wider and more intense interest worldwide than any in history. We asked observers from around the planet to report on what it all seems to mean.
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