By undermining the organization’s dispute resolution body, the administration is undoing decades of rules-based economic cooperation—to the United States’ own peril.
Even if neither side wants war, the road ahead is hazardous.
Putting America’s annual $3.8 billion of military assistance to Israel on the chopping block makes for good politics. But it makes no sense for U.S. national security.
Ten takeaways from the biggest civil-military crisis (so far) of the Trump administration.
Neither Trump nor the international relations experts who cheered his choice to withdraw U.S. troops have wrestled adequately with the costs of departure.
The withdrawal from Syria is part of a broader pattern of weakness, especially in response to Iran.
Tensions and lawlessness could spiral into armed conflict.
When it comes to international cooperation, the White House is repeating the mistakes of the past.
Donald Trump should use the U.N. General Assembly as an opportunity to open dialogue with Mohammad Javad Zarif.
It’s finally time to breathe new life into the country’s moribund economy.
China risks becoming a point of chronic contention between the United States and Israel.
Prime Minister Mahdi is trying to bring the Popular Mobilization Forces under control of the government, but even he probably knows it won’t work.
The United States and Russia can’t maintain the global system of nuclear deterrence on their own anymore.