Normalizing ties with Israel could mean removal from the U.S. state sponsors of terrorism list, allowing the country to rebuild its shattered economy—but U.S. legislators are standing in the way.
New Delhi is set to take on a greater role in Afghanistan’s peace process.
The 2020 election is veering into dangerous territory—and liberalism won’t be enough to win.
In a little-noticed speech this week, China permanently changed the global fight against climate change.
To succeed, the protesters will have to overcome old regional and class divides—and new ones, along generational lines.
A new game meant to help the U.S. government write the 2018 National Defense Strategy shows what happens when resources and commitments collide.
U.S. diplomacy has failed. African diplomacy can’t afford to.
Pacifist injunctions obliterate the history of, and need for, armed protection.
Congressional action has typically left big tech firms intact, instead mandating that they improve access for all consumers. Washington should stick to that model.
Those who used to scoff at its mismanagement should take note of Rome’s strategy for defeating COVID-19.
The Querdenker protests against coronavirus prevention measures sweeping the country’s cities show that free speech is alive and well.
The conflict between Ethiopia and Egypt over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam has already started. It’s just happening in cyberspace.