Faculty and scholars offer thoughts on decision to withdraw from Iran nuclear deal

In the wake of President Trump’s decision, several Harvard Kennedy School faculty members and scholars weighed in with thoughts on the significance of Washington’s policy change—and what comes next.

Assessing the prospects for a successful U.S.-North Korean summit

Professor Stephen Walt argues that diplomacy could work by advancing both states’ interests and opening a path to more meaningful discussions. "The mere fact that the two states are talking...is a good sign," he writes.

With broad powers over the direction of the Chinese economy, Liu He MC/MPA 1995 will be one of the most influential Chinese vice premiers in recent history.

Assessing the critical importance of the North American-European alliance

With the launch of the Project on Europe and the Transatlantic Relationship at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, international relations scholars offer their perspectives on how the United States and its allies are working together to protect the sacred principles of freedom, security, and justice.