Authoritarians are on the rise around the world, but history shows they’re mostly helpless.
In a politically correct era, is it ever OK to crave colonialist cuisine?
The defense secretary is limited in how much he can reassure allies when his boss's erraticism is making them so unsettled.
The secretary of defense's trip to Singapore presents an opportunity to address the region as a whole.
Singapore proves that holidays in a multiethnic country don’t have to be occasions for divisiveness.
The president is making a final push for a massive Asian trade deal that has been rejected by both Trump and Clinton — and by plenty of the powerful Republicans who once supported it.
And veiled threats from the U.S. Secretary of Defense clearly don’t scare it, either.
New sanctions on Pyongyang will work only if Beijing plays ball. A new report obtained by FP suggests that China is doing the opposite.
Singapore bolsters America’s "eyes in the sky" over the South China Sea, where Beijing’s island-building has set off alarm bells among its neighbors.
Lt. Gen. Arthur Percival surrendered the island in February 1942, in perhaps the worst defeat ever suffered by British forces.
Fresh out of prison, the 16-year-old is back with another attack on his country's rulers.