The chancellor’s approach has been typical of German foreign policy: moralistic, hypocritical — and completely ineffective.
The French president spent his first year steering his country to the right — and his supporters on the left are starting to wonder what they signed up for.
Leftists want to celebrate revolutionary idealism; conservatives, the triumph of traditional authority. And Emmanuel Macron is trying to split the difference.
U.S. is “locked and loaded” for more strikes, but only if Assad uses chemical weapons.
FP contributor Vauhini Vara appears on The E.R. to discuss her story “Germany’s Family Feud.”
The U.S. stance on Russia may have reached a post-Cold War high point.
Trump thinks he has a strong hand. In fact, Washington is far more vulnerable than Beijing.
Democratic foreign-policy veterans want answers from Trump’s pick for secretary of state.
Rather than speaking out against Putin, the U.S. president is playing into Moscow’s hands.
Merkel now talks of protecting Ukraine’s interests as Russia’s $12 billion gas pipeline seeks to bypass Kiev.
With little to show for last year’s missile attack, the Trump administration is contemplating a larger campaign against the Assad government.