FP-Ro, ediția în limba română a publicației americane Foreign Policy, s-a relansat ca proiect media independent și non-profit – unic prin conținut și calitate, audiență și forumul inițiat

A Decade of Global Thinkersianuarie 2019


  • redacția de la Washington “explică americanilor cum funcționează lumea, și lumii cum funcționează Statele Unite” – prin abordări originale, autori reputați și ilustrații creative
  • redacția de la București adaugă perspective relevante din și pentru România/ regiune asupra dinamicilor din guvernare, relații internaționale, economie, inovație și cultură


  • profesioniştii din administraţie și politică, diplomaţie şi armată, economie şi afaceri, universitate și cultură – şi tinerii care își pregătesc cariere în aceste domenii

no 239, ianuarie 2021

50th Anniversary

America and the World: How to Build Back Better – 15.01.21
Looking back on 50 years of U.S. foreign policy and the lessons they hold for Washington today. By Jonathan Tepperman, Fareed Zakaria

The Case for a Middle Path in U.S. Foreign Policy
Neither pure isolationism nor unchecked internationalism has served the United States well. It’s time for a third option. By Charles A. Kupchan

The Return of Containment
What the Cold War policy means for our current moment. By Deborah Welch Larson

Looking Back

Wonks Gone Wild
In FP’s 50 years, its writers’ forecasts have ranged from prescient to spectacularly wrong. That’s because the field of international relations rewards catastrophic thinking. By Daniel W. Drezner

When U.S. Foreign Policy Went Wrong
How to spot a bad concept when you see it. By Charli Carpenter

The Rise and Fall and Rise (and Fall) of the U.S. Financial Empire
The dollar is dead. Long live the dollar. By Adam Tooze

America Abandoned Its Economic Prophet. The World Embraced Him.
John Kenneth Galbraith was an intellectual celebrity 50 years ago—and it would be a mistake to ignore him today. By James K. Galbraith

50 Years of Media and Foreign Policy

The First Draft of History
Why the decline of foreign reporting makes for worse foreign policy. By Janine di Giovanni

FP Looks Back
Archival passages from writers such as Hillary Clinton, Kofi Annan, Zbigniew Brzezinski, and more show where we’ve been—and where we’re heading.

Consensus Lost
How FP set out to change the world. By Justin Vaïsse

Global Thinkers

The World After the Coronavirus
We asked 12 leading thinkers to predict what happens in 2021 and beyond. By John R. Allen, Laurie Garrett, Richard N. Haass, G. John Ikenberry, Kishore Mahbubani, Shivshankar Menon, Robin Niblett, Joseph S. Nye Jr., Shannon K. O’Neil, Kori Schake, Anne-Marie Slaughter, Stephen M. Walt

The Next 50 Years of Foreign Policy
A survey of experts offers predictions on the future of U.S. leadership and geopolitical dominance.

no 240, primăvara 2021

The Biden 100-Day Progress Report – 23.04.21
We asked 25 experts to grade the administration’s start on foreign policy

The Anthropocene Is Overrated – 16.04.21
The way we talk about climate change and our effect on the planet is all wrong—and increasingly dangerous. By David Sepkoski

Janet Yellen and Mario Draghi Have One Last Job – 1.04.21
The U.S. treasury secretary and the Italian prime minister have spent decades shaping this economy. But can they control what comes next? By Adam Tooze