When it comes to sensitive industries like defense, democracy and the rule of law do matter.
The country’s reputation won’t be fixed anytime soon, but the fact that it’s trying is a sign of exceptionalism—and a return to the United States’ finest tradition.
Washington’s battle with Beijing is not one of investment or innovation but one of values.
This isn’t about regulating Big Tech. It’s about fleecing foreigners for news that Australians no longer want to pay for.
History will show the former U.S. president was staggeringly negligent during the pandemic’s deadly third wave.
A killing in Lebanon is a symbol of a growing regional backlash against sectarian politics.
From China to Iran to the United States, arbitrary detention is an immoral—and often effective—pressure tactic.
Supporting the middle class at home and reasserting leadership abroad may be mutually exclusive, especially in Asia.
Forget U.S. sanctions over arms deals. Indian-Russian alignment is in Washington’s best interest.
The prime minister has decided that international criticism is a price worth paying for pursuing his domestic agenda, but he shouldn’t be so sure.
The new president wants his strategy to seem reassuring. It’s anything but.
Dissidents seeking refuge in Turkey are getting sacrificed to a newfound friendship between Tehran and Ankara.