The tribalism infecting U.S. domestic politics has unfortunately crept deep into the foreign-policy discourse.
The unlikely success of Sudan and the FARC proves minors can be protected from conflict.
New polling shows that the U.S. public’s views on Israel’s policies are shifting.
One year on from the defeat of the Islamic State, the new U.S. Congress should draw on lessons learned from efforts to counter violent extremism.
Israel’s prime minister is now also its defense minister—but he’s mostly interested in the job for PR.
World Food Program report expected to further erode support in Washington for Saudi bombings in Yemen.
The Ethiopian prime minister’s opponents fear that he’s an African Erdogan. His rhetoric and policies suggest he’s more of a liberal democrat.
Why is everyone so angry about Saudi Arabia's crown prince? Jamal Khashoggi is only a small part of the story.
If the EU gives its special purpose vehicle for Iran trade a humanitarian focus, the Trump administration won’t be able to stop it without trampling longstanding U.S. exemptions.
The late 41st U.S. president’s prudence was once derided as the wimp factor, but it has aged well.
Funds to Palestinian security agencies that cooperate with Israel are also in jeopardy.
Responding to a Foreign Policy story, official says panel that probed the murder of two U.N. experts focused mainly on preventing future incidents.