A new biography paints a portrait of a president who made vast progress on policy—and failed at smoke-and-mirrors PR.
Turkey is more politically unstable today than at any other point in recent years.
Thomas Bach has joined a long line of IOC chiefs who have been hated by everyone associated with the Games.
Billionaire rocket launches and ongoing cyberattacks reveal that, without norms governing conflict, there could be chaos.
Despite its worsening pandemic, Tokyo’s vaccine diplomacy has gained traction.
At the White House on Monday, the Iraqi leader needs a guarantee that Biden won’t use Iraq’s independence as a pawn in negotiations with Iran.
Danish Siddiqui’s death should have been a moment of national unity. The prime minister made it the opposite.
Foreign Policy asked nine global experts for their takes on the administration’s agenda.
COVID-19 threatens to accelerate longer-term rebellion, violence, and political upheaval.
Beijing’s development projects are flashy, fast, and relevant. Why aren’t Washington’s?