Washington must not ignore atrocities against the country’s Anglophones. It should use existing U.S. laws to force an end to the violence.
More pressure on Tehran won’t work. Here’s what Trump should really do.
I wrote about Chinese oppression in a South African paper. Hours later, they cancelled my column.
The short answer: Looming shortfalls from Venezuela and Iran.
The Trump administration’s policies don’t represent a radical shift. The White House has simply abandoned the facade of neutrality and rubber-stamped the Israeli government’s agenda.
There are some parts of the world where economic strength isn’t enough to qualify as a great power.
Beijing’s funding could do tremendous good—if Africans fight for their own real interests.
On the 25th anniversary of the landmark Israeli-Palestinian deal, activists and diplomats should focus on recreating the conditions that made it possible.
Despite mounting violence, the United States will continue supporting airstrikes against Iran-backed Houthi rebels.
Washington is levying more tariffs, leaving Beijing to retaliate in other painful ways, from Iran to North Korea.
The alliance between Washington and Ankara needs to be saved—and easy fixes won't cut it.
Iraq’s Kurdish kingmakers used to side with Washington. Now, Tehran seems like a more attractive partner.
Seventeen years after the 9/11 attacks, the terrorists have definitively won the battle for the American mind.