The United States’ massive relief package is more than a technocratic policy. It’s a democratic triumph.
New details are trickling out about how the United States is preparing to withdraw its troops without leaving chaos behind.
It’s no coincidence that, after years of fighting abroad, the United States is beset with paranoia, loss of trust, and increasingly bitter divisions.
The new administration, like previous ones, has a Middle East quagmire. But it’s trying some nuanced moves to break free.
A new cease-fire at the Line of Control must avoid problems that have derailed past attempts at peace.
The new U.S. president believes in the legitimacy of American power. Does the rest of the world?
One year after the world declared borders shut, there is still no plan to reduce the toll on millions of lives.
Syria has turned against Hamas, and Iran’s efforts to mediate aren't working.
When it comes to sensitive industries like defense, democracy and the rule of law do matter.
The country’s reputation won’t be fixed anytime soon, but the fact that it’s trying is a sign of exceptionalism—and a return to the United States’ finest tradition.
Congress has issued a report on the longest war in U.S. history. Here’s hoping Biden ignores it.
Washington’s battle with Beijing is not one of investment or innovation but one of values.