The Outdated Alliance?
On NATO’s 70th anniversary, it is time for burden shedding—not burden sharing.
Russia Is Tricking GPS to Protect Putin
The Kremlin’s manipulation of global navigation systems is more extensive than previously understood.
Shanahan’s Bid for Top Pentagon Job on Hold
The White House seems to have cooled on the acting defense secretary, but he might get the post by default.
Bolton Builds Anti-China Campaign at the U.N.
The U.S. national security advisor, who has largely ignored the United Nations, is suddenly concerned that Beijing has too much influence there.
ISIS Has Not Been Defeated. It’s Alive and Well in Southern Syria.
While Washington celebrates victory, the Islamic State is regrouping, and the Assad regime is letting it happen.
The Improbable Rise of Huawei
How did a private Chinese firm come to dominate the world’s most important emerging technology?
Israel’s Arab Parties Aren’t All the Same
Benjamin Netanyahu wants to portray all Israeli Arab politicians as an existential threat. If his opponents are wise, they’ll distinguish among them and pave the way for a winning coalition.
The End of Oslo Is an Opportunity
The old peace process on Israel-Palestine had long ago run aground. It’s time to rethink.
Europe Gets Its Competition With China All Wrong
Protecting the liberal order won’t be enough. The EU will also have to challenge China for influence around the world.