An open letter to the U.S. president with some advice about dealing with the Islamic Republic—and his own administration.
We know what the candidates want to talk about. Here's what journalists should be asking.
Why most Americans are right about foreign policy, and David Brooks is wrong.
But is it too much for him to at least show some foreign-policy common sense?
There are deep reasons that imagined communities will always be a powerful reality in international politics.
The country can’t form a government, its peace process is permanently stalled—and things have never been better.
The country’s political system doesn't deserve the laments it’s recently received.
A new biography of Richard Holbrooke is a portrait of an era when the United States was at the center of the world—and assumed it should be.
A deadly outbreak in China and trade tariffs in the United States are threatening to send global markets into a tailspin.
The Trump administration’s top foreign-policy priority is the Islamic Republic—but it’s unclear to what end.
The debate over anti-Semitism on Capitol Hill is about scoring political points, not protecting religious minorities.