The 21st century doesn’t belong to China, the United States, or Silicon Valley. It belongs to the internet.
An FP essay provoked a strong response because it brought international attention to a controversial issue that has historically only been debated internally.
Reannexing the West Bank is an impractical idea that would threaten Jordan’s stability, deny Palestinians the right to self-determination, and reward Israel’s illegal settlements.
Turkey’s minister of defense is a staunch nationalist—but that doesn’t mean he’s anti-Western.
Baku is attempting to assert sovereignty through force and ethnic cleansing while denying Armenians the right to self-determination.
Robert Kaplan’s selective reading of history bolsters proponents of a centralized state while ignoring the legitimacy of federalists’ demands.
A misguided theory of great-power competition will only lead to grief.
Rwanda’s president once welcomed the Hollywood film. His recent attacks on the movie and its protagonist show that his government cannot handle dissent.
Many Rwandans regard the protagonist of a Hollywood film as a terrorist, not a hero.
The international community can help rebuild the army and institutions, but its presence cannot be permanent.
Trump borrowed from the playbook of his favorite dictator, Egypt’s Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, by inciting a mob to launch an insurrection.