Ismail Khan, fabled warlord and former governor, is back again on the front lines to fend off the Taliban advance.
Shukria Barakzai, a prominent women’s rights advocate and former politician, shares her thoughts on the U.S. withdrawal and Afghanistan’s uncertain future.
What a new president will mean for Tehran, Washington, and the world.
A senior member of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Nord Stream 2, Belarus, and Biden’s upcoming summit with Putin.
The militant group’s spokesman vows to “continue our war” until Afghanistan has an Islamic government.
The U.S. president had hoped to avoid getting entangled in the conflict. Then the shooting started.
John Kerry on the deep roots of his environmentalism, how he negotiates with the Chinese on climate, and the unshakable momentum of the green marketplace.
Director Skye Fitzgerald’s Oscar-nominated documentary “Hunger Ward” chronicles Yemeni health care workers as they wrestle with famine and violence.
Who was behind the largest-ever cyberattack on the United States—and how can the next one be prevented?
David Rundell, a seasoned Saudi hand, talks to Foreign Policy about what’s really at stake with the Biden administration’s reassessment of a decades-old relationship.
A Syrian American doctor describes the devastation in Idlib, Syria.
As Belarus’s embattled president continues a brutal crackdown, challenger Svetlana Tikhanovskaya tries to keep the flames of democracy alive.
Lisa Davies, the editor of the Sydney Morning Herald, talks to Foreign Policy about Facebook’s decision to block news for its users in Australia.