Imagination and fiction are essential elements of strategy.
An army of contractors and subcontractors in Eastern Europe is working to supply America’s sprawling — and legally questionable — anti-Islamic State campaign in Syria.
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.
The fall of the Soviet Union passes a prisoner by.
The Soviet story of a rich American whose Russian concierge has dirt on him.
Moscow may no longer be a superpower, but its revanchist politics are unsettling the international order. How should Donald Trump deal with Vladimir Putin?
And 5 other unlearned lessons from leading experts about modern Russia and the death of an empire.
The Soviet leader is remembered as the man who killed a superpower. But Gorbachev’s gambit on reforms could have worked -- if only he wasn't betrayed by the Communist Party.
Does Hillary Clinton have a body double? Well, did Saddam Hussein? What about Joseph Stalin?