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.
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.
The affair surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak on the USS Theodore Roosevelt lays bare the dysfunction of civilian-military relations under Trump.
Trump has finally realized the U.S. energy industry is under attack. Better late than never.
A bungled response in Western countries is no reason to take the heat off China. If China had a different government, the world could have been spared this terrible pandemic.
Iran is stockpiling enriched uranium and may soon receive advanced weapons from Russia. Trump has an easy way to tighten the screws.
The U.S. and Britain both want a trade agreement post-Brexit. China and chickens could get in the way.
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.