A sortable guide to the administration’s policies—and the people putting them into practice.
The United States, formerly the “honest broker,” must navigate political landmines at home and abroad to respond.
Sectarian violence engulfed towns across Israel on Wednesday as a U.S. envoy was dispatched to the region.
Policymakers can no longer rely on an imaginary border that supposedly divides two states as a one-state reality takes shape on the ground.
If Palestinians have no hope of a capital in East Jerusalem, Israelis will have little hope of normality.
Momentus is raising eyebrows in Washington for its ties to Russia.
El Salvador’s populist president is following the playbook of corrupt elites in Guatemala, Nicaragua, and Honduras when it comes to top courts.
Governments tend to fund large humanitarian agencies, but small groups run by refugees are a better investment.
We asked 25 experts to grade the administration’s start on foreign policy
The U.S. treasury secretary and the Italian prime minister have spent decades shaping this economy. But can they control what comes next?
Like its blatant vaccine nationalism, the administration’s unchecked stimulus policies are hurting the world—especially the global poor.
The populist leader is blaming everyone but himself. Voters aren’t buying it.
SPACs are creating a space bubble that will eventually come crashing back to Earth along with cosmic junk launched during the current frenzy.
The United States can’t afford to contain its allies anymore.
U.N.’s Yemen envoy, Martin Griffiths, is to become the U.N. humanitarian relief czar.
The EU got its act together not by banning exports but through classic cooperation with industry.
The unloved industry could try to fight Biden—or get behind the global drive to vaccinate.
The coronavirus pandemic has flattened the country’s social order and turned its political divisions upside down.
Ignoring the central role of race and colonialism in world affairs precludes an accurate understanding of the modern state system.
International relations theorists once explored racism. What has the field lost by giving that up?
Tangled questions of Asian identity need answers that aren’t defined by U.S. terminology alone.
April brought a devastating COVID surge in India—plus the death of a royal in England, a raging fire in Northern Ireland, and a closely watched verdict in the United States.