The U.S. military secured Joe Biden’s inauguration. But the new administration also needs to treat the armed forces as a potential threat.
Upcoming elections offer an opportunity to turn Iraq around—and contain Iran in the process.
India’s tricky regional balance of power isn’t made any easier by sectarian tensions.
Women who accuse men of sexual assault have faced backlash, high-profile defamation lawsuits, and even retaliatory police investigations.
By standing up for democracy and free trade, the United States can outflank China and Russia, its authoritarian rivals on the continent.
U.S. troops are scheduled to leave the country on Jan. 15, opening the door for al-Shabab terrorists to step up their attacks. The new administration should recommit to protecting the country.
Through radical protest, Stella Nyanzi has become a thorn in long-serving President Yoweri Museveni’s side. Now, she could be headed to parliament.
Law and precedent bar the new administration from diplomacy before Inauguration Day. But that doesn’t mean its hands are tied.
On Taiwan, Yemen, and Cuba, the Trump administration is laying political land mines for Biden on its way out the door.
Congressional overseers are livid that the administration made major policy changes without prior formal consultations.
The Abraham Accords didn’t just seal a wary detente. It cemented Israel’s first regional partnership.