What happens to the country and its people after the forever war ends?
The United States needs to prepare for a major war, not because its rival is rising but because of the opposite.
After AUKUS, the French should pursue EU strategic autonomy led from Brussels rather than Paris.
In a new book, a Yale historian argues that Washington is setting a dangerous international precedent for permanent war.
Convoluted voting and elite splits mean the top job is up for grabs.
The Beijing-backed law is now used to crush dissent across the board.
The country’s maritime scope, and China’s rise, makes the AUKUS deal a no brainer.
If he succeeds, the president will cast 40 years of economic doctrine on history’s ash heap. But that’s a big if.
A similar rapid collapse of state institutions awaits if Somali elites and Western governments don’t alter their approach.
France and Italy want to make COVID-19-era budget flexibility a feature, not a bug.
Jens Stoltenberg weighs in on AUKUS, Zapad, and the fate of Afghanistan after 20 years of bitter toil.
Whether snubbing allies, abusing tariffs, or expelling refugees, the Biden administration at eight months looks little changed from Trump’s.
Zaki Anwari represented what a free Afghanistan could achieve. His gruesome death is a vivid reminder of the human toll of U.S. abandonment.
Beijing has used the “war on terror” to target its own minorities like Uyghurs.
One of the regions hardest hit by climate change is also one least equipped to deal with it.
The Taliban’s takeover in Afghanistan, earthquake devastation in Haiti, and extreme weather around the world.