List of News articles
What Milei’s Dollarization Plan Would Mean for Argentina’s Economy
The president-elect has pledged to curb runaway inflation.
Commerce Needs Cash to Curb China’s Chips
Economic statecraft needs to be resourced to compete with China, Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo tells FP.
Why Is Venezuela Threatening a Land-Grab War in Latin America?
Caracas has its sights set on Guyana’s vast oil deposits, and President Nicolás Maduro isn’t willing to let a little thing like international law get in his way.
Putin Could Prevail if Ukraine Aid Cut
U.S. and Ukrainian officials sound the alarm as aid to Kyiv is held hostage by congressional battles over the U.S. southern border.
Rashid Khalidi: Biden Deserves an “F” on the Middle East
The Palestinian-American historian and professor on the road ahead after Oct. 7.
U.S. Engagement With China in 3 Charts
From Kissinger to Kerry, Washington’s top diplomat once visited Beijing regularly. Not anymore.
The Economic Legacy of Napoleon Bonaparte
A new biopic fails to capture Napoleon’s historical significance.
Britain’s Navy Is Diminished. Its Ambitions Are Not.
The Royal Navy could be the key to America’s Pacific pivot.
Looks Like ‘Axis of Evil’ Is Back on the Menu
The Bush-era credo is back in vogue, to the delight of some and the dismay of others.
Will the World’s Biggest Emitters Finally Play Nice at COP28?
It’s time to stop fighting totemic battles that suck the energy out of the climate room.
Washington wants to get tough on China, and the leaders of the House China Committee are in the driver’s seat.
Is Portugal’s Golden Visa Scheme Worth It?
Wealthy investors pulled the country out of a financial crisis, but they also sent house prices skyrocketing.