The United States has forfeited its authority as a neutral broker. It may be time for the Palestinian street to have its say.
Men in positions of power need to do better. That includes me.
We already know that the Trump campaign was aware of — and intended to profit from — Moscow’s interference in the election.
As Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Russia rush to fill the vacuum of leadership in the Middle East, the United States is AWOL.
But that’s not nearly enough to safeguard us from North Korea’s nukes.
It’s about far more than tech companies and targeted ads. A whole of government response is needed to make sure this never happens again.
The gross misconduct of Rex Tillerson and the White House toward career diplomats and the Foreign Service might require an unlikely savior.
Turkey wants to play “hostage diplomacy” with the United States. But the risks of transactional politics have far-reaching consequences.
The United States ignores massive abuses at its own peril.
The Republican senators want to keep the JCPOA while adding new restrictions. It won’t work.
Ahead of his trip to Delhi, the secretary of state articulated a clear vision for the U.S. relationship with India. Let’s hope it was not an anomaly.
Either Trump will back down and once again eat his words, or he will strike North Korea, with consequences almost too great to contemplate.