Some policies may be worth keeping, but Trump’s handling of allies and withdrawals from conflict zones are not among them.
With Avril Haines and Lloyd Austin confirmed, key officials are starting to offer hints of what’s in store.
Instead of talking about “binders full of women,” the new president has appointed several key female leaders in the national security agencies—but the U.S. government is still a long way from gender parity.
Rebuilding Republican credibility in national security will require an honest look at Trumpism—and a return to our party’s foreign-policy principles.
Why Biden could lose the left, the peril of persuasion in the Big Tech age, and old rivals join forces in Kashmir.
Jake Sullivan spent several years working on a less ambitious approach to U.S. global interests that could disappoint both internationalists and progressives.
Nancy McEldowney is one of several former senior foreign service officers expected to join the senior ranks of the new U.S. administration.
Decentralizing decision-making can help left-behind regions get back on track.
Boris Johnson has contradictory ideas for his country’s future—and no clear paths for getting there.