Biden’s Endgame Shouldn’t Be Victory for Ukraine
There is no realistic scenario for Ukraine to win. Washington should push for a settlement.
Beijing Eyes Pacific Islands, Exploiting U.S. Strategic Vacuum
The newly contested region needs serious U.S. attention.
FP Live: Assessing Biden’s Foreign Policy With Matthew Duss
Sen. Bernie Sanders’s foreign-policy advisor will answer subscriber questions in this special edition of FP Live.
Biden Sidelines Venezuelan Democracy at Summit of the Americas
The administration wants to support human rights, but it doesn’t have the courage of its convictions.
Is Biden Missing a Chance to Engage China?
Appalled by Russian President Vladimir Putin’s Ukraine debacle, Beijing could be open to a new U.S. approach.
Trump’s Poison Pills Are Still Toxic
Whether it’s Iran, China, Cuba, or immigration, U.S. President Joe Biden often finds himself stymied by his predecessor’s foreign policy.
Biden and Xi Struggle to Compete in Asia
What do the two superpowers have in common as they woo the region? Flawed strategies.
Biden’s Foreign Aid Is Funding the Washington Bubble
As usual, U.S. assistance pays everyone except governments actually providing services to the world’s poor.
What Exactly Is America’s China Policy?
The United States needs to right-size the China threat to know how to counter it.
U.S. Grand Strategy After Ukraine
Seven thinkers weigh in on how the war will shift U.S. foreign policy.
Biden Eyes Adding Top Foreign-Policy Strategist
Thomas Wright of Brookings has made a career studying the international order. Now he might get to fix it.
Biden: Putin ‘Badly Miscalculated’ in Invading Ukraine
Washington’s efforts to stop Moscow’s war dominate U.S. president’s State of the Union address.
Putin Just Pushed the World Into an Even Bigger Energy Crisis
Even without sanctions, Russia’s war will increase the shortage of oil and gas.
Biden Hasn’t Taken His Eyes off the Ball in Asia
The new U.S. Indo-Pacific Strategy shows the White House is keeping its focus on the region even as it grapples with Russian aggression in Ukraine.
Putin’s Invasion Could Be a Strategic Opportunity
There are two ways Washington could exploit this window.
Biden Responds to Russia Beginning ‘Invasion’ With Limited Sanctions
Answering Putin’s opening gambit in Ukraine, U.S. officials keep more severe penalties in reserve.
U.S. and Russia Battle for World Opinion at U.N. Over Ukraine
Blinken is still looking for a diplomatic offramp.
Decades Late, NAFTA’s Promise on Workers’ Rights Comes Good
In Mexico, a breakthrough trade case involving General Motors could become a global model.