America created the postwar order by delaying immediate economic gratification. Those days are over.
The global system was long overdue for a shake-up. Trump has been happy to oblige.
The United States must foster free trade and economic growth in Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador, or the vicious cycle of violence will persist.
Citing national security concerns, the Trump administration could slap tariffs on autos from friends and allies. They’re not thrilled.
The economics of a major oil deal seemed to make sense. But when energy companies are arms of the state, economics aren't the only factor.
Trump's actions may ultimately weaken the strength of sanctions as a tool of U.S. statecraft.
An anti-regime alliance of rich and poor could be the key to ending clerical rule.
As an era of peace approaches, both countries should take practical steps to strengthen the relationship.
Trump thinks he has a strong hand. In fact, Washington is far more vulnerable than Beijing.
Rather than speaking out against Putin, the U.S. president is playing into Moscow’s hands.
Viktor Orban may have won, but a narrow loss in the countryside suggests that corruption could one day be his undoing.
Ankara is a difficult friend. That doesn't mean the United States should cut it loose.