Americans are already less safe because of growing distrust in their intelligence. Dangers will multiply without a change in political leadership.
Normalizing ties with Israel could mean removal from the U.S. state sponsors of terrorism list, allowing the country to rebuild its shattered economy—but U.S. legislators are standing in the way.
Trump is losing support among the troops. That’s just one reason why the military risks getting sucked into the campaign.
Trump’s friends have opted for their usual grievance politics.
Many former Republican national security officials just endorsed Biden. They will be hobbled in the fight for the party’s post-Trump future.
A Trump empowered with a second term would be a threat to the United States, especially in Asia.
As a critical vote approaches, the fate of Iran nuclear sanctions—and decades of multilateralism—lies in the hands of Britain and France.
As the military balance of power shifts in China’s favor, Beijing may be increasingly tempted to act against Taiwan.
Calls for economic sanctions against Israel risk a costly collision with U.S. anti-boycott laws, as companies such as Airbnb can attest.
The invisibility and silence of Congress is another reason for America’s shocking abdication of global leadership.
Confusion over the removal of missiles and aircraft from Saudi Arabia could invite the aggression the United States is trying to avoid.
Beijing has increased pressure on its nervous neighbors in its quest to dominate the entire South China Sea.
After 17 years, there is little love left between Washington and Baghdad. Upcoming talks may be the last opportunity to save their dysfunctional partnership.