The educated middle classes that were meant to be the foundation of a new Afghanistan are tired of terror, insecurity, and the return of the Taliban.
The unquestioned assumption that some groups are more “patriotic” leads to dangerous security risks.
Washington and Tokyo need a sharp focus in a challenging era.
Decades of attempts to remodel the State Department haven’t worked—here’s why and how to do better this time.
A new book argues that America’s massive military is predicated on imaginary threats—and we’d all be better off without it.
Trump has been all but forgotten as the region looks to cooperate with Biden.
For decades, U.S. presidents have pledged not to talk about Israel’s nuclear arsenal despite pushing for nonproliferation in the region. It’s time for Washington to end the double standard.
State-owned oil companies are on the verge of investing $400 billion in projects incompatible with the Paris Agreement. If they fail, it could spark an emerging market debt crisis.
The U.S. administration’s new foreign-policy doctrine is not so new.
Thant Myint-U on the future of the protests, what Beijing wants, and what Washington can do to help.
No divides are unbridgeable—but you have to know where to start.