New polling shows that Europeans think a struggle between Washington and Beijing is unavoidable—but want no part of it.
France and Italy want to fend off the frugals and make COVID-19-era budget flexibility a feature, not a bug.
The country’s maritime scope, and China’s rise, makes the AUKUS deal a no brainer.
Authoritarian regimes in Moscow and Minsk are aiding Iraqis and Afghans in order to sow chaos and domestic discord in Eastern European countries.
Social scientists helped win World War II by judging enemy morale. But in Afghanistan, the U.S. kept getting it wrong.
The world’s newest security partnership is a window into how the world works—and the unpredictable places it’s heading.
After years of consensus, a new era of division is set to roil German politics at home and abroad.
Brussels needs to fight to defend its carbon-border policy.
The French are right to be upset—but only about the money, not the strategy.
Russia isn’t cracking heads ahead of this weekend’s parliamentary vote—just boring people away from the polls.
The agreement will help New Delhi with its quest for a stable balance of power in the Indo-Pacific.
Russia has been wargaming with Belarus. Sometimes, that’s a prelude.