Zalmay Khalilzad achieved what he was asked to do: Get the United States out of Afghanistan.
The Shiite cleric was once Washington’s bitter enemy in Iraq—and now offers the best chance of securing U.S. interests.
Denmark, Norway, and Sweden shouldn’t be held up as socialist utopias.
A broad, ideologically diverse coalition has the plans and people to turn things around.
Tehran no longer takes Washington seriously. To revive the nuclear deal, the threat of military escalation needs to be on the table.
International assistance isn’t the political lever many hope it will be.
Conservative President Ebrahim Raisi, deeply distrustful of the West, looks to deepen ties with China and Russia.
Beijing is not content to stop stifling free speech at the water’s edge. Western companies and institutions must put liberty before profits.
Pakistan has 50 million women of childbearing age and only one globally certified person to help them feed their newborns.
Europe and the United States were never going to be the reunited couple in a geopolitical rom-com.
The spread of weapons is undercutting the European Union’s own security.
Growing military cooperation offers Washington a hedge against Ankara and Moscow.
Regulatory frameworks and approaches analyzed in Part II of this Power Map series have been collected in FPA’s Cryptocurrency Database, a navigable tool developed exclusively for FP Insider.