Foreign Policy

The United States, China, and Democracy

A commitment to democracy should be part of the U.S. posture toward China—and it should start with shoring up democracy at home.

By Joseph S. Nye, Jr.

The Forever Wars

The 20 years since 9-11 have seen many changes to U.S. foreign policy—not many of them good.

By Laura Rozen

‘There Isn’t a Vaccine to Buy’

Dr. Tom Frieden, Former CDC Director, talks with Democracy about the Delta variant, criticism of the CDC, and the urgent need for a broad global response.

By Tom Frieden