Building off prior Charged Affairs articles, a co-authored article diving into the details of South Korea, Japan, and China’s regional role in North Korea relations.
Chinese coal power investment increases the vulnerability of developing countries to Beijing’s coercive leverage.
As with the Civil Rights Movement before them, the Black Lives Matter protests affect American foreign policy. The U.S. Government can look to that era as an example for how to apply diplomacy domestically and internationally.
Putin’s Russia is exploiting the flaws of American democracy. To do so, Russia is forging key inroads with developing countries.
Although ISIS numbers remain well under 2017 levels, recent attacks have demonstrated a new pattern of well-organized, multi-faceted strikes on police and military targets.
Young Professionals in Foreign Policy is acting as host for this year’s Y7 summit. Youth delegates from all seven countries prepared a statement for G7 representatives, published in its entirety below, articulating a strong call to action from their generation to the leaders of the world’s most powerful nations.