From Pacific bases to the Himalayas, Washington and Beijing are facing off.
Both parties have featured speeches from key diplomats at their conventions, with Mike Pompeo making a controversial cameo at the RNC—but they aren’t proposing much that’s new.
The clash between Washington and Beijing could be the start of a new ideological confrontation—or the inevitable fallout from a power transition.
The Broadway musical offers lessons on everything from regime change to balancing ideals and interests.
The controversial former national security advisor left his mark in Washington—especially on nuclear arms deals and Iran.
Trump’s reaction to Black Lives Matter protests caused a civil-military crisis at home. Will it harm U.S. soft power abroad?
As Beijing flexes its muscle from Hong Kong to Ladakh, the U.S. government must decide how to respond.
The end of Kim Jong Un’s rule could have major consequences for U.S. foreign policy—and pandemics don’t necessarily promote peace.
The coronavirus pandemic is threatening international institutions, the European Union, and military readiness while shattering economic policy orthodoxies.
Russia and China are stepping in while the United States and Europe fumble.
A major outbreak and looming recession in the United States has transformed the 2020 campaign—and could have major consequences for the future of great power politics.