Michael McFaul sat down with USC GPI for an exclusive interview with fellow Ryan Witter.
Goodnight Kabul: After nearly two decades of war, the U.S. is finally leaving Afghanistan
After nearly two decades, the United States is finally leaving Afghanistan — and NATO allies are following suit.
Joe Biden, Iran’s nuclear future and the path to progress
Joe Biden has the chance to transform U.S.-Iran relations. Will he?
Face-off: Does Turkey still belong in NATO?
Fellows Ryan and Matt debate increasing tension within the bloc and what it means for Ankara.
African countries face emerging crises due to climate change-related natural disasters
Floods wreaking havoc in the Sahel region are a sign of the climate crisis' growing impact.
EU courts catastrophe in wake of democratic backsliding
Brussels’ dawdling in the face of rapid democratic erosion is a win for authoritarianism in Europe
India and Australia tighten partnership in response to China’s regional aggression
Australia and India are working together to counter China's aggressive actions in the Indo-Pacific.
NATO takes a risk in adding North Macedonia to its ranks
The small Balkan nation officially acceded to NATO in late March, drawing Russia's aggression
State of U.S.-China relations plunges to new lows amid COVID-19 pandemic
As the COVID-19 continues its relentless spread around the world, the Sino-American relationship falls into further disrepair.
Trump administration continues fight against Huawei 5G despite corporation’s inroads in Europe
The Trump administration scrambles to maintain its commitment to combat China's Huawei 5G technology.