A confederation of states must choose whether to follow the bloody path of the former Yugoslavia or the prosperous model of the European Union.
From the Islamic Revolution in Tehran to fuzzy animals playing counterinsurgents, these board and video games are inspired by foreign relations.
The Kremlin is destabilizing Bosnia and Herzegovina in pursuit of broader strategic goals.
Rebuilding U.S. standing requires an end to backing militants abroad.
Internal U.N. documents detail the burden foreign envoys face from sanctions and a stiflingly controlling government in Pyongyang.
International terrorist organizations long considered Beijing a secondary focus. That’s changed.
Outsiders might see a peaking power, but China’s leaders don’t.
Deeper U.S. engagement comes as the wisdom of strategic ambiguity is increasingly questioned.
Tehran needs to restore the nuclear deal—but the Raisi administration’s officials aren’t up for the job.
Moscow occupying its neighbor would be expensive, dangerous, and pointless.
Berlin should import policies from another economic power in a similar predicament.