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The Scrambled Spectrum of U.S. Foreign-Policy Thinking
Presidents, officials, and candidates tend to fall into six camps that don’t follow party lines.
What Does Victory Look Like in Ukraine?
Ukrainians differ on what would keep their nation safe from Russia.
The Biden Administration Is Dangerously Downplaying the Global Terrorism Threat
Today, there are more terror groups in existence, in more countries around the world, and with more territory under their control than ever before.
What China’s Economic Slowdown Means for the World
How is Beijing navigating the country’s economic slowdown? How will China’s struggles impact the global economy? Join FP’s Ravi Agrawal in discussion with three experts: Economist Adam Posen;... READ MORE
Why Did Trudeau Dawdle on Chinese Election Meddling?
A new inquiry may expose Beijing’s reach in Ottawa.
Can the U.S. and China Cooperate on Green Technology Again?
A recent book makes the case for collaboration in an increasingly competitive industry.
The Land of Lederhosen, Beer, and Political Chaos
A Tale of Two Germanies
Will China’s Elite Ever Rise Up?
The Morality of Ukraine’s War Is Very Murky
Biden’s Signature Achievement Needs to Go Global
Trump Has Mocked the U.S. Military His Whole Life
Poland Is Throwing All Its Neighbors Under the Bus
The Great Turn Inward
All the Palestinians Got From Oslo Was KFC
‘We’ll Start Digging Here’
Unusually virulent weather and poor infrastructure have brought hell to eastern Libya.