Wildfires in drought-stricken American West suck in military resources, in a sign of the new normal.
Another group of U.S. allies fears they’ll be forgotten as the United States winds down forever wars.
Future U.S. partners will have to “think twice” about helping the Pentagon if Biden isn’t able to grant visas to Afghan interpreters, lawmakers said.
Biden is likely to have more leverage over the fragile new government in Israel.
A notorious terrorist leader in West Africa is reportedly dead. Here’s what it means for counterterrorism efforts.
With Russia and China staking claims, can diplomacy stave off a militarization of the far north?
Biden wants to solidify the pivot to Asia. Congress might have other ideas.
Everyone in Washington seems to be focused on China. But here are some brewing crises that could flare up when they’re not looking.