Is Pinkwashing the Future of Post-Roe America?
Global anti-abortion activists have waved off criticism by pointing to their support for LGBTQ rights. But U.S. conservatives may be too extreme for that tactic.
America Is Losing Its Value Proposition
The future will not be pretty for the United States if it cannot rediscover some of the idealism that marked its long rise.
‘Will I See a Gay President in My Lifetime? Absolutely.’
James Kirchick chronicles how the persecution of gay men in Washington tragically altered 20th-century foreign policy.
Congress Seeks to Declare Putin’s War Genocide
A bipartisan resolution will underscore that Russian war crimes in Ukraine have constituted a genocide.
U.S. Restraint Has Created an Unstable and Dangerous World
Decades of ignoring the menaces posed by Russia and China has led the West to a precipice.
State Department to Appoint New Envoy for Global Racial Justice
The appointment comes as the department grapples with correcting its own spotted record on diversity and inclusion.
The U.S. Should Start Helping Ukraine Rebuild Now
The West must demonstrate resolve for Ukraine to prosper as a sovereign nation.
Why Biden Is Trying to Keep Naftali Bennett Afloat
The right-wing Israeli leader’s fragile coalition is vastly preferable to a return of Netanyahu.
Ending North Korea’s Isolation Is the Only Solution Left
It’s time to consider what’s never been tried before.
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 Was Always Going to Need Saudi Arabia
Trying to make Mohammed bin Salman a “pariah” was bound to fail.
Biden Is Still Worried About Poking the Russian Bear
“If that’s our attitude, we’re never going to win a war again, ever,” said one U.S. source familiar with the debate.
How Banning Abortion Affects the Economic Lives of Women
Plus: Why the economy today reminds us of the 1970s—and why it doesn’t.
The Last Days of the Afghan Embassy
The Biden administration shut down a touchpoint for thousands of refugees from Afghanistan—and left its diplomats in agonizing limbo.
The Republicans Could Win the U.S. Midterms. Here’s What that Means for the World.
It’s all about isolationists vs. internationalists.
Biden’s Economic Plan Leaves Asian Leaders Wanting More
The new Indo-Pacific Economic Framework isn’t quite what Asia-Pacific governments were hoping for.
Somalia’s al Qaeda Branch Has Gotten ‘Bigger, Stronger, and Bolder’ Since U.S. Exit
As in Afghanistan, Trump’s decisions to withdraw have only emboldened terrorists.