Trump Is the First President to Get Turkey Right
Good riddance to the so-called strategic relationship between Washington and Ankara.
Ordinary Iranians Will Suffer, but Regime Insiders Will Profit
On our podcast: Journalist Jason Rezaian recalls life in Iran under sanctions.
How to Kill a Presidential Scandal
Republicans smothered the Iran-Contra affair. The same might happen with Trump and Russia.
Counterfeiters Will Win the Trade War
The clash between Washington and Beijing is hurting the fight against fake goods.
Energy Security Is the Real Way to Put America First
Looming Iran oil sanctions pose challenges for U.S. energy policy.
How to Strike a Missile Deal With Iran
Tehran will never give up all of its ballistic missiles, but a compromise is possible.
Europe Should Look to What the United States Does—Not What Trump Says
Toomas Hendrik Ilves, Estonia’s former president, on what to make of U.S. foreign policy toward Russia.
American Retirees Are a National Security Threat
Foreigners are eyeing senior citizens’ stock portfolios, and the United States needs to start protecting itself.
China’s AI Giants Can’t Say No to the Party
Open debate about the ethics of tech is a strength, not a weakness, of the U.S. system.
Anti-Racism Groups Feel Tarred by Facebook’s Fight Against Fake Accounts
Latest discovery underscores challenge of countering disinformation campaigns.
Why I Didn’t Sign Up to Defend the International Order
The world needs new institutions for a new era—and nostalgia for a past that never existed won't help.
It’s Time for the United States and Europe to Face the Politics of Cultural Displacement
Ethnic nationalism is about more than just economic anxieties.
Trump Is Losing His Own 3D Chess Game
Trade is a complex global system. The White House has misidentified the problem—and created much bigger ones.
Washington Has to Learn Pyongyang’s Rules
Negotiating with North Korea is a tricky game, and the United States is already behind.
It’s Time for the United States to Push for a Better Zimbabwe
Monday’s election is an opportunity for Washington to come down on the side of accountability and constitutional rule.
Moscow and Beijing Have Tehran’s Back
Trump's Iran policies have left the country with no choice but to turn to Russia and China.
Trump Is Poised to Do Irreparable Harm to World Trade
Here’s what other countries can do to stop him.
Trump Should Work With Putin to Develop a New Framework for Syria
U.S.-Russia relations have reached a generational low—but there’s still room for cooperation to avert a wider war in the Middle East.