Fear of Beijing’s technological prowess is driving deep policy shifts.
The military and vigilante groups may step in where police have failed—and their human rights records are just as bad.
Created for another age, Washington’s foreign-policy institutions have atrophied. The next administration should rebuild and reshape them.
China won round one, and round two went to Russia. Can the United States and its allies take the third?
Years of quiet development are finally paying off, and Abu Dhabi’s defense industry can largely stand on its own feet.
The United States can lead the way on innovation in technology regulation—but instead it has fallen far behind.
U.S. policy to contain China will require a lot more continuity with Trump than Biden’s backers would like to admit.
State persecution of Muslims in the region depends on high-tech mass surveillance, leaving an open door for other countries to gather intelligence and infiltrate the internment camps.
If the U.S. government wants to win the information wars, Cold War-era tactics won’t cut it anymore.
In the military parade celebrating the 75th anniversary of the founding of the ruling communist party, Pyongyang showed its claws and sought to bolster domestic support for the regime.