The Realpolitik of Gustavo Petro
The lifelong outsider has built a campaign team of political insiders in an attempt to win the Colombian presidency.
Has Hollywood Fallen Out of Love With Israel?
A recent book examines the origins and end of an affair between the film industry and the Jewish state.
Should We Burn More Fossil Fuels, Not Less?
A sequel to “The Moral Case For Fossil Fuels” doubles down on a flawed defense of oil, gas, and coal.
Finland Is Set for NATO—if Turkey Plays Ball
Turkey’s objections to new NATO members are a speed bump, not a roadblock, says Finnish Foreign Minister.
What in the World?
This week in FP’s international news quiz: Biden talks Taiwan, the U.N. tours China, and Turkey’s top diplomat keeps busy.
Al Qaeda Isn’t Dead Yet
The Taliban takeover of Afghanistan has put 9/11’s planners back in the terror cockpit.
Biden’s Economic Plan Leaves Asian Leaders Wanting More
The new Indo-Pacific Economic Framework isn’t quite what Asia-Pacific governments were hoping for.
Americans, Like Swedes, Need Help Telling Fact From Fiction
A botched disinformation board shouldn’t be the end of efforts to educate the public.
Is Biden Being Machiavellian or Misguided on Taiwan?
The U.S. president’s surprise statement could deter China—or increase the risk of war.
Will Washington Invest in Its Neighborhood?
The June Summit of the Americas is an opportunity to unveil a more ambitious regional economic strategy.
Is Colombia Ready for a Leftist President?
Election front-runner Gustavo Petro is a former Marxist guerrilla.
Hungary’s Orban Dials Dictatorship Up a Notch
Budapest’s faux state of emergency is meant to appease Putin and cement Orban’s hold on power.
Somalia’s al Qaeda Branch Has Gotten ‘Bigger, Stronger, and Bolder’ Since U.S. Exit
As in Afghanistan, Trump’s decisions to withdraw have only emboldened terrorists.
Why We Need Davos Man Back
It’s fun to bash billionaires. But with the global system under assault, we need all the help we can get.