Tag Archives: Michael J. Mazarr

New era of international competition: revisionists vs. value-sharing democracies

     

A new era of great power competition pitting authoritarian revisionists against “value-sharing democracies” is one of the scenarios outlined in a new RAND report, Understanding the Emerging Era of International… Read more »

‘Don’t abandon democratic values’ – U.S. foreign policy’s ‘moral compass’

     

The rule-based international order is under unprecedented strain because of both internal stresses on leading democracies and rising pressure from such challengers as Russia and China, the order — but… Read more »

Anti-democratic forces have ‘no alternative to a liberal international order’

     

Despite the threat posed to democracy by various forms of populism and authoritarianism, “there is simply no grand ideological alternative to a liberal international order,” argues Princeton University’s G. John… Read more »

In face of revisionist challenge, liberal world order ‘officially dead’?

     

The 21st Forum 2000 conference with the motto Strengthening Democracy in Uncertain Times, with more than a hundred speakers from various countries, opened Sunday night, according to reports: This year,… Read more »

Why Western democracy is in decline – and how to defend it

     

The Free World Order is worth fighting for, not least because it reconciles U.S. interests and ideals, former National Security Council director Daniel Fried writes for The Washington Post. It… Read more »

Strategic questions on democracy’s place in future world order

     

The place of democracy in a future international order is one of the most important strategic questions facing the United States, according to a major new report from the RAND… Read more »