David Milliband on the global refugee crisis

The Great Displacement

An Interview with David Miliband

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The former British foreign minister and current IRC president explains what to do about our global refugee crisis.

  Michèle Flournoy on Russia, China, and global risk

America the Confused

An Interview with Michèle Flournoy

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A veteran policy hand explains what the U.s. is getting wrong about Russia, China, and the global risk profile.

  Abe Foxman on anti-Semitism in the modern world

Oldest Hatred

An interview with Abe Foxman

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A crusader for social justice speaks out about the looming threat of anti-Semitism and its repercussions.

  John Lewis Gaddis on the secrets of grand strategy

Master Plan

An Interview with John Lewis Gaddis

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A renowned historian explains the underlying secrets of strategy across time and geography.

  Miles Unger on Les Demoiselles d'Avignon

Shock and Awe

An Interview with Miles Unger

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Pablo Picasso's Les Demoiselles d'Avignon shocked the avant garde when it first appeared — and then shifted the course of art history.

  Manuel Valls on the challenges facing France

French Connection

An Interview with Manuel Valls

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The former French prime minister lays out his strategic vision.

  Eden Collinsworth on shifting moral values east and west

Morality (in) Play

An Interview with Eden Collinsworth

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An expert shares her fields notes on how moral values are changing around the world.

  Bernard-Henri Lévy on getting justice for the Kurds

Nation Building

An Interview with Bernard-Henri Lévy

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A prominent French intellectual explains his next big activist project.

  Jan-Werner Müller on populism, democracy, and Trump

Mobocracy

An Interview with Jan-Werner Müller

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This Princeton professor quite literally wrote the book on modern populism. We spoke with him about the real menace this political phenomenon presents.

Ancient Modern

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The Swiss artist Alberto Giacometti is best known for bringing a powerful vision to bear on physical form and testing its expressive limits.