From maximum pressure to terrorism designations, the Trump administration engaged in transactional diplomacy with little to show for it. The next government must use these tools wisely.
Europeans are relieved by Biden’s victory but will be very disappointed if they don’t heed the lessons of the past four years.
Washington’s reliance on sanctions and maximum pressure will make it harder to strike a new deal constraining Tehran’s nuclear ambitions.
The Belarusian people may yet achieve the end of the Lukashenko era, but it will be in spite of the United States’ silence.
Exaggeration, distortion, spin—that much was expected. More frightening were the things they didn’t say.
In speaking for all Americans—instead of just a section of them—Biden's team has rejected the conventional narrative about how to beat Trump in November.
American, French, and West African leaders must pressure the army to stand down and form an interim government, before a power vacuum and violent extremism threaten the entire region.
Democrats weigh in on a Biden-Harris ticket.
Fortunately for supporters of aggressive action on global emissions, Trump has demonstrated a highly effective way to circumvent the legislative process.
His last remaining objective is obtaining foreign help for his reelection.
China is a real threat. That requires a serious U.S. strategy, not bellicose rhetoric designed to distract voters from the administration's failures.
The United States has always helped some parts of the economy at the expense of others. It’s time to get it right.
John Ratcliffe, a Trump loyalist without intelligence experience, sees his job as helping the president and undermining the intelligence community.