Two former U.S. officials argue there is no security abroad without justice at home.
Whether it’s about trade or the coronavirus, it’s possible to be tough on China without being racist or reckless.
With Trump’s blessing, Israel is getting ready to annex large parts of the occupied West Bank as soon as July. Biden shouldn’t go along.
The November election isn’t just the most important political event of 2020 in the United States. It’s the most important political event in the world.
While the world is shut down, history hasn’t stopped. Authoritarians are seizing the opportunity.
Especially in times like these, it's OK to feel for everyone whose milestone events have been canceled or postponed.
The world needs to cooperate to beat the coronavirus pandemic. That includes you, President Trump.
And moves like his Jan. 15 announcement generally work—both to secure a leader’s power and ensure a favorable transition down the road.
Economic measures can de-escalate tensions, but not if used crudely.
The ideological architects of one of the United States’ most disastrous foreign-policy decisions—the 2003 invasion of Iraq—are spinning a tale to support Trump’s most dangerous move to date.
The U.S. president may claim that the strike on Iran’s Suleimani was meant to “stop a war,” yet it will do anything but.
Its next chapter will be fought through export and import controls, investment restrictions, and sanctions—and the United States should prepare itself now.
Protesters in Iraq and Lebanon are rising up against Iranian influence, sectarianism, and corruption. The U.S. Congress should offer conditional aid that forces governments to respond to their citizens’ grievances.