Why President Trump shouldn’t necessarily heed the long-term vision of his own National Security Strategy.
Even the most rational leaders are influenced by the power of collective memory.
The alleged use of a “sound weapon” against U.S. Embassy officials in Cuba harks back to a Cold War medical mystery.
Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland are bracing for the appearance of up to 100,000 Russian troops in Belarus and western Russia.
The Philippines' new "war on drugs" is claiming thousands of lives. But the culture of vigilante violence started with anti-communism.
Just in time for the holiday break, FP returns to reviewing new and upcoming titles on all aspects of international affairs.
Helmut Kohl was an unlikely political heavyweight, but his relentless drive helped put East and West back together.
American presidents have generally been pretty good at botching things in the Middle East, but this one is winning at it.
Garrett Graff’s "Raven Rock" and the ugly truth about the continuity of government in the event of nuclear war.
Julius and Ethel Rosenberg's son has devoted his life to aiding children of imprisoned radical leftists. And his work is about to become more urgent than ever.
Russia is neither the global menace, nor dying superpower, of America’s increasingly hysterical fantasies.