State Department officials who find themselves wrapped up in the Trump impeachment inquiry will need public support for years to come.
Enlisting Beijing to interfere in the U.S. election is no joke.
Under Trump, the relationship between the two populations has suffered. The next president should change that.
The White House’s aggressive deployment of coercive economic tools has given rise to a growing geopolitical backlash.
But in the United States, they show no signs of abatement.
Rather than distributing military burdens equitably, Washington’s rollbacks weaken both the United States and its allies.
If Democrats win in 2020, they should work with America’s regional allies to strike a new nuclear agreement while showing zero tolerance for Tehran’s regional destabilization campaign.
The United States can build on its strategic toehold without buying the entire country.
Long deemed strategically irrelevant by the United States, the EU is poised to become a major geopolitical power. Washington should take note.