Geopolitics does not deny human agency but acknowledges constraints, loosely defined as fatalistic.
The European debt crisis is troubling not just in an economic and political sense but in a moral sense as well.
There will be little desire to take authentically risky initiatives during the president's next four years.
The question of the next Dalai Lama is geopolitical, not spiritual.
The coming of shale gas will magnify the importance of geography.
As Latin America becomes more important in economic terms to the United States, the United States becomes relatively less important to Latin America.
In the public life of a nation, leaders should be judged by what they accomplish for the greater good.
Israel's strategic peril may have no solution, so it will need to deftly manage its partnership with Washington.