Democracy

Government or Revolution?

In the historical vision of the Left, the government was not the product of an election but rather as the result of a revolution or, in any case, as a takeover. The objective was power and the means for acquiring it were least in importance: assumption of power to change the world.

The Risks of 2019

Every four years, the National Intelligence Council gathers several U.S. intelligence organizations and publishes a report on global trends affecting the world’s future. The purpose of disseminating classified information is to prepare for potential scenarios and encourage an informed debate on the future’s risks and opportunities as well as to design strategies to face them.

What To Look For in 2019: The Year Ahead in Asia

America In Search of an Asia Strategy

Bangladesh’s 2018 National Election: What To Expect

On December 30, Bangladeshis go to the polls for an election that some observers have described as its most important in years. Michael Kugelman, deputy director of the Asia Program and senior South Asia associate at the Wilson Center, and William Milam, a Wilson Center senior scholar and former U.S. ambassador to Bangladesh, sit down with Bangladeshi journalist Mushfiqul Fazal to discusses what’s at stake for Bangladesh and what the implications are for U.S. policy and interests.

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