Five global problems that are getting worse—and may never get better.
The country’s political system doesn't deserve the laments it’s recently received.
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.
Three Democrats running for the White House fought in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan—and they came back with very different ideas.
Trump has embraced yet another strongman, this time in Libya. But it’s not just a personal failing—it’s a national tradition.
A deadly outbreak in Congo has become a global emergency because of a raging conflict over valuable minerals.
The only thing that’s clear about the changing world order is that Americans can shape their role in it—and that they’re likely to mess it up.
By idealizing the past, Americans have made themselves unsafe in the present.
If you’re an outsider with a political agenda, there’s no better country to target than the United States.
It’s time to hold Egypt accountable for the U.S. citizens it has unjustly victimized.