For Europe and Asia, There’s a New Sheriff in Town

If anarchy begets hegemony, then to keep the global peace, the international order requires an adult in the room, a role the president of the United States now seems incapable of filling. Luckily for everyone else, China and Germany are ready and willing to audition.

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Seeing a ‘Teachable Moment,’ Faculty Panel Discuss Diplomacy in Trump’s World

Two days before the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States, there was barely any room to sit in the spacious Beck Rooms when members of the School of Diplomacy’s faculty seized the opportunity to discuss the future of international relations.

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U.N. Selects Guterres of Portugal as Its Next Leader

Antonio Guterres, who has served as prime minister of Portugal and head of the United Nations refugee agency, held a steady lead through the selection process, despite expectations of a woman from Eastern Europe to succeed Ban Ki-moon.

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