FP Editor’s Pick – Newsletter


1

Blatant neglect. It’s a matter of time until an even more dangerous coronavirus variant emerges if the wealthy world continues not to protect immunocompromised people outside its borders, FP’s Laurie Garrett writes.

2

Westphalian principles. Washington should unambiguously draw a line for Beijing and make it clear that it will defend Taiwanese democracy and oppose its subjugation to China, Danielle Pletka writes.

3

Wasting time. The West has responded to Afghanistan’s humanitarian catastrophe with hand-wringing and excuses. It must summon the political courage to engage with the Taliban, Ashley Jackson writes.

4

Escalating war. Cameroon’s forgotten civil war has escalated in recent months, reflecting a hardening of positions by all parties to the conflict, R. Maxwell Bone writes.

5

False narratives. Thanks to state propaganda, many in Russia believe a war in Ukraine would be swift and easy—because the Ukrainians themselves want to be “liberated,” Natalia Antonova writes.