The coronavirus pandemic has been a humiliation for the United States—and confirmation of its unmatched international power.
While the world is shut down, history hasn’t stopped. Authoritarians are seizing the opportunity.
The pandemic is starting to topple one of the pillars of the globalization era.
Extreme measures to fight the coronavirus have raised activists’ hopes for similarly drastic action on global warming. Here’s why they’re wrong.
The pandemic will soon magnify the threats festering in the Middle East’s longest-running war.
Especially in times like these, it's OK to feel for everyone whose milestone events have been canceled or postponed.
It’s more glaring than Pearl Harbor and 9/11—and it’s all the fault of Donald Trump’s leadership.
The coronavirus crisis is exposing the West’s weaknesses—and adversaries of the U.S. and EU are paying close attention so they can exploit vulnerabilities in a future conflict.
Beijing isn’t interested in a tit-for-tat media feud with the United States—it’s going for escalation dominance.
Politicians won’t admit it yet, but it’s time to prepare—physically and psychologically—for a sudden stop to all life outside your home.
The last global economic crisis was a financial heart attack. This one might be a full-body seizure.
By killing the Middle East’s sense of community, the region’s dictators have helped the pandemic on its death march.
In a shameful abdication of responsibility, fellow countries in the European Union have failed to give medical assistance and supplies to Italy during an outbreak. China is filling the void.