Chinese coercion has strengthened democratic resolve.
Scenarios and war games rarely take full account of civilian losses.
Increased economic inequality has only added to widespread discontent.
What life is like for the quarter-million residents of fortress villages in Tibet.
There are many incentives for cross-border military cooperation—even among adversaries—as climate change worsens.
Tehran’s numbers don’t add up. They seem to be exaggerated to pressure Biden for sanctions relief.
Shukria Barakzai, a prominent women’s rights advocate and former politician, shares her thoughts on the U.S. withdrawal and Afghanistan’s uncertain future.
Chief advocate for alleged terrorists sanctioned by the United Nations announces his resignation citing red tape, rule-of-law issues.
Senators quietly press U.S. President Joe Biden to reassess U.S.-Nigeria relations amid human rights concerns.
Stopping the atrocities in Xinjiang requires reaching the Chinese public.
His support for the pipeline abandoned a bipartisan consensus, got nothing in return, and made the world less secure.
As Blinken heads to New Delhi, he could find some surprising common ground on Afghanistan.