As India and China Compete, Smaller States Are Cashing In
The Maldives and Sri Lanka show how they can bargain with bigger powers to their advantage.
When Putin Loved NATO
Former NATO Secretary-General George Robertson, who had a cordial relationship with the Russian leader, recalls an era when Moscow wanted closer ties with the West.
Biden Plans U.N. Showdown if Russia Invades Ukraine
There’s lots of history at the Security Council, but few changes.
Russia Talks Show No Sign of a Quick Resolution on Ukraine Crisis
U.S. and allies bat down Russian proposals to halt NATO expansion.
China’s Two-Ocean Strategy Puts India in a Pincer
The Chinese foreign minister’s island hopping is the latest sign of contestation over the Indo-Pacific.
Morocco’s Diplomatic Morass
Despite Washington’s about-face on Western Sahara, the erstwhile darling of U.S. policy circles is more isolated than ever.
The Two-State Solution Is Dead—and Liberal Zionists Can’t Save It
The book “Haifa Republic” is a noble effort to salvage a worldview that no longer has anything to offer.