Exploiting Iran's coronavirus crisis to demand an end to sanctions is fundamentally dishonest—and panders to a brutal regime.
Iran is stockpiling enriched uranium and may soon receive advanced weapons from Russia. Trump has an easy way to tighten the screws.
Reshaping institutions and funding can help save lives.
European leaders are flirting with the idea of going it alone—but Washington should be willing to call their bluff.
Musical chairs in the Iraqi parliament can no longer solve the country's problems.
From meeting with Netanyahu to working with the ICC, the new government is reversing the foreign policy of the Bashir era.
To preserve the dollar’s status as the world’s reserve currency, the United States can’t let China get ahead on cryptocurrency.
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.