A key foreign-policy guide to Presidents Gerald Ford and George H.W. Bush, Scowcroft helped shape the National Security Council as we now know it.
Despite the Islamic State’s retreat, Assyrians fear for their security in the Nineveh Plains. They need stronger support from Washington and Baghdad.
Washington’s honest broker built a National Security Council that placed a lot of power in the hands of a trusted few—despite the chance that those hands might belong to someone like Trump.
Criminal bands and fighters are capitalizing on fear to expand their control in vulnerable communities.
A forced sale may create another hurdle for U.S. companies operating in China.
For more than 20 years, an obscure U.S. law concealed satellite imagery of Israel’s activities in the occupied territories. Because of an abrupt reversal, satellite technology can now be used to defend Palestinians’ human rights.
It’s hard enough to make a permanent change of station overseas. Military families are finding it agonizing in a pandemic-torn world.
Tucked into the sprawling defense authorization bill are measures to create a corporate ownership registry, which would plug one of America’s glaring gaps.
Banning a free app is probably impossible, but U.S. authorities have a large toolbox.
The video app has gone viral worldwide—and will set the precedent for how free societies handle China’s social networks.