Far from convincing Tehran to cooperate, new U.S. measures are on track to achieve the exact opposite.
The U.S. is now the world’s top producer, but Saudi Arabia still holds the key to crude prices.
When the world’s newest country broke away from Khartoum, it discarded Sudan’s main official language, too. But casting aside the oppressor’s tongue did not heal the country’s divisions.
How Erdogan could use the exception to outsmart the United States, again.
Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib have won, but the battle for a new brand of feminism in the Democratic Party and within Muslim communities has just begun.
The world has focused on rebuilding the country’s north after defeating the Islamic State while ignoring festering resentment and poverty in Basra.
A tougher stance from the United Nations would put pressure on Assad and Putin while improving the lives of ordinary Syrians.
Pompeo has reversed his predecessor’s policy of eliminating special envoy posts.
The United States should stop listing Sudan as a state sponsor of terrorism, Sudanese foreign minister tells FP, as Khartoum seeks to boost its crumbling economy.
The world was rightly outraged by the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, but the bombs of Mohammed bin Salman and his Emirati allies are killing dozens each day in Yemen.
Why is Sultan Qaboos cozying up to Benjamin Netanyahu? The answer is in Washington.
A recent article argues that the lack of legal norms invites cyberconflict. But governments know the price of overreach and are refraining from unleashing their full capabilities.
Israeli government officials are helping to normalize the violent anti-Semitism of the Christian right.
Trump has a window of opportunity to demand real change.