Countries across Europe and Asia are exploring special bilateral arrangements to ease border restrictions. The result could be a globe fractured along epidemiological lines.
The White House’s official narrative about the pandemic is contradicted by the facts—and creates new obstacles to stopping the virus.
The Trump administration says manufacturing jobs are coming home. The facts tell another story.
The coronavirus has exacted a terrible toll—but some good things may come of it yet.
His much-touted trade victory has crashed and burned with the coronavirus pandemic.
The peace process died of natural causes. Washington’s most extraordinary alliance should too.
Beijing is rapidly becoming the dominant player in an industry vital to defense and technology companies. If the United States and Europe aren’t careful, they will become dependent.
The coronavirus pandemic has already devastated the international economy. Its military fallout remains to be seen.
If you think tracking apps will keep people safe as economies reopen, look to South Korea, Singapore, and Australia to see why you’re mistaken.
It’s not Benjamin Netanyahu’s coming West Bank annexation that’s shocking—it’s Washington’s surprised reaction to it.
In the middle of the biggest international crisis ever since, it’s time to admit what the war was—and wasn’t.
Forcing governments and businesses to institutionalize doubt—by putting hackers and red teams on the payroll—would stop groupthink and could prevent catastrophes.