C. K. Hickey, Foreign Policy

C. K. Hickey

Foreign Policy

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Past articles by C.:

5 Charts That Help Explain the State of the Environment in 2019

The world is not doing nearly enough to fight climate change, but politicians are finally starting to pay attention. → Read More

For Boris Johnson to Become Prime Minister Again, He (Probably) Has to Win His Seat First

The Conservative Party leader’s hold over his Uxbridge and South Ruislip seat represents the narrowest constituency majority for any prime minister in more than five decades. → Read More

NATO Defense Funds Have Been Building for Years, but Trump Wants the Credit

Renewed defense spending by European states is in part a response to Russian aggression. → Read More

New Data Shows Fewer Chinese, Saudi Students Coming to the United States

The lowest growth rate in a decade could impact the bottom line for some universities. → Read More

U.S. National Security Employees Prefer These Democratic Candidates in the 2020 Presidential Election

Data shows that members of the State Department and the military are investing in candidates who are not currently topping national polls. → Read More

Bolton Only Made It 520 Days as National Security Advisor

This chart shows how that compares to the last 30 years of U.S. presidential security aides. → Read More

India Is the World’s Leader in Internet Shutdowns

New Delhi clamps down on internet access in Kashmir as it moves to limit the troubled region’s constitutional autonomy. → Read More

Brexit Means Bad News for the British Pound

The markets think leaving the European Union won’t be a sterling outcome. → Read More

2 Charts That Show How China Is Pulling Out of the United States

Beijing’s annual investments have plummeted from a 2016 peak to an eight-year low in 2018. → Read More

Air Conditioning’s Global Chilling Effect –

China is winning the cold war with skyrocketing air conditioning use, as India and the EU lag behind. → Read More

How Africans Are Dealing With Everyday Corruption

When accessing basic services, more than 1 in 4 people are still being squeezed for bribes. → Read More

11 Charts That Track the Weight of Foreign Policy in U.S. Primary Debates

Candidates have faced fewer global questions since the elections of 2004 and 2008, but China and trade have remained consistently popular topics. → Read More

The Kids Aren’t Alright

In an era of great power competition, China and Russia are closing the gap with the United States when it comes to child welfare. → Read More

Press Freedom is Receding Worldwide

The latest World Press Freedom Index indicates the United States and other large democracies are reaching a tipping point. → Read More

Immigration’s Cash Rewards

Migrant workers are setting records for sending money home. → Read More

A Portrait of Poverty and Desperation

A confidential U.N. report details the daily struggles of Venezuelans. → Read More

Cyclone Idai: Mapping Mozambique’s Catastrophic ‘Inland Ocean’

The historic tropical storm killed hundreds and left an area of more than 800 square miles covered in water. → Read More

How the 737 Max Series Went Wheels Down All Over the World

The Ethiopian Airlines crash brought flights on the latest iteration of Boeing’s best-selling aircraft to a standstill in only five days. → Read More

All the Presidents’ Meals –

From frozen cheese to cipollini soubise: Foreign Policy has collected menus of state dinners dating back to Franklin D. Roosevelt to show how American tastes have changed over time—and with them, the image that the U.S. projects to the world. → Read More

Mapped: North Korea’s Diplomatic Missions Abroad

Countries have expelled their North Korean ambassadors, but are they really scaling back diplomatic ties? → Read More