They go in-depth on the state of China's totalitarian regime, Vladimir Putin's plans for the war with Ukraine, the growing unrest under Iran's iron fist, the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine, and how a push for American optimism is necessary to best face these emboldened challengers on the world stage.
Walter Russell Mead is a writer, professor, and academic, focusing his efforts on international policy and affairs. He is the James Clarke Chace Professor of Foreign Affairs and Humanities at Bard College and taught American foreign policy at Yale University. Mead has worked as a columnist for publications such as The Wall Street Journal and was editor at large for The American Interest. His books include "Mortal Splendor," "Special Providence," "Power, Terror, Peace and War," "God and Gold," and most recently "The Arc of a Covenant."