Wednesday, August 27, 2014
  1. Fixing Europe’s Orbán Problem

    Thorsten Benner

    Fixing Europe’s Orbán Problem

    &  demand that EU leaders force Hungary's authoritarian prime minister to change course.

    Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Urban Imago/ZumaPress

    In April, when German Chancellor Angel Merkel congratulated Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on his reelection, she let it be known that his large majority implied a “special responsibility” to use good judgment and behave with sensitivity toward opponents. But Orbán has done exactly the opposite, with the EU doing nothing to stop him. READ MORE

  2. Asia’s Reform Trinity?

    Kishore Mahbubani
  3. Erdoğan and the Paradox of Populism

    Jan-Werner Mueller
  4. Japan’s Self-Defense Defense

    Joseph S. Nye
  5. Unjust Africa

    Aryeh Neier

    Unjust Africa


     denounces the African Union's decision to grant immunity to sitting heads of state.

    African Union Summit Maria Dyveke Styve/Wikimedia Commons

    At its recent summit meeting in Equatorial Guinea, the African Union formalized its decision to grant immunity from prosecution to sitting heads of state and senior officials. This is a transparent attempt to let guilty parties – including those who attended the meeting in Equatorial Guinea – off scot-free. READ MORE


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254 pages

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