Caroline de Gruyter is a columnist at Foreign Policy.
By Caroline de Gruyter
On the morning of Feb. 24, as Russian President Vladimir Putin launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine, German army chief Alfons Mais got up and
Just after the First World War, the U.S. started a massive, new operation: academic fellowships for foreign students to come and study in the U.S.
In March, Europe’s vaccine procurement was the world’s laughingstock. The Europeans were far behind the Americans, the British, and the Israelis in obtaining vaccines and
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