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Can the mighty Communist Party win the hearts of China’s youth, or will the 2D world lure them into Japan's clutches?
A Russia hawk, A. Wess Mitchell helped reassure U.S. allies worried about the president’s relationship with Putin.
The continent can save NATO—but only if it takes Washington’s side in its growing struggle with Beijing.
The detention of Canadian citizens on spurious charges by Beijing sends a dangerous message.
With Soviet-style illiberalism on the rise, what is there to celebrate on the five-year anniversary of Ukraine’s Maidan uprising?
Special Counsel Robert Mueller issued a rare statement disputing reporting on his investigation, and Trump's former envoy to the anti-Islamic State coalition speaks out.
Spain has long resisted the rise of the far-right, because Basque and Catalan separatism animated nationalist passions—but the rise of Vox in Andalusia shows that the country is not immune from xenophobic politics.
Despite inequality, debt, and a tariff war, the U.S. economy is still the strongest.
Forget the Middle East—it’s time to prepare for attacks from the former Soviet Union.