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Faculty News

Journalists, politicians, academics, and private sector decision-makers turn to our experts as a source for timely and insightful policy expertise, analysis, opinions, and comment.

Let’s Use Chicago Rules to Beat Russia

Eliot A. Cohen wrote in The Atlantic, 07/06

Who Perseveres, Wins

Eliot A. Cohen wrote in The Atlantic, 05/24

Francis Fukuyama Predicted the End of History. It's Back (Again)

Published a few months before the fall of the Berlin Wall (and expanded into a best-selling book in 1992), it was an instant sensation, and has continued to inspire debate...In a new book, the political theorist offers a stout defense of liberalism against threats from left and right — and predicts that Ukraine will revive “the spirit of 1989.”

What Victory Will Look Like in Ukraine

Eliot A. Cohen wrote in The Atlantic, 05/11

How US’ new Indo-Pacific economic strategy could edge out China’s digital silk road in Asia

Digital trade is the top selling point of the framework, which the US is set to discuss at the Asean special summit this week. But first both sides have to tackle a big sticking point: intellectual property protection

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FPI Fellow James Borton notes: Signing on to the Law of the Sea would give the US more credibility in curbing Beijing’s aggression in the South China Sea