Why the world desperately needs digital Geneva Conventions.
With the Arctic melting and northern coast guards struggling to keep up, the next disaster is a matter of when, not if.
Introducing Foreign Policy's Fall 2018 print edition.
America’s top brass should abandon dreams of battlefield glory—and focus on paperwork instead.
Ultrafast computing is critical to modern warfare. But it also ensures a lot could go very wrong, very quickly.
Why the next big battle may not be fought over treasure or territory—but for fish.
The AI arms race won’t be like previous competitions, and both the United States and China could be left in the dust.
Can Andrew Marshall, the U.S. military’s longtime oracle, still predict the future?
In the run-up to Sweden’s election, one word explains why the country used to feel like a family—and why it now feels adrift.
Remembering the era of portable atomic bombs.
New data proves you can support capitalism or the environment—but it’s hard to do both.
The country’s far-right wants to revive ethnic nationalism. The left must come up with its own alternative.