The United States can build on its strategic toehold without buying the entire country.
With a potential recession around the corner, it is worth remembering how regulators contained the last panic.
Growing tensions between long-standing allies Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates could lead to southern secession in Yemen and harm the White House’s pressure campaign on Iran.
Political paranoia is making it hard for the Chinese Communist Party to sell its own narrative.
The immigration issue is there for the taking for Democrats—if they don’t treat it as a culture war.
In competing for lucrative reconstruction contracts, China, Italy, France, Russia, and others are preventing the conflict from ending.
With more strategic investments, Japan may hold a key to sustainable development on the continent.
The private sector can give the United States a much-needed rocket boost.
It’s not just that climate change is ravaging the world’s agriculture. Agriculture is also ravaging the climate.
Religious leaders can help convince the most ethnocentric and authoritarian U.S. voters to oppose Washington’s backing of abusive dictators.
The Law and Justice party is trying to reframe the fight against the Nazis and communism—and the U.S. president is a useful pawn.
The Italian leader played buffoon, victim, and messiah. Others have followed suit.
Benjamin Netanyahu’s capitulation to the White House over Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib’s visit has harmed his country’s image and profoundly endangered bipartisan support in the U.S. Congress.