A new book seeks to construct a single authoritative account of the interactions between Washington and Tehran, and beyond.
There are many who won’t be satisfied with just getting Russia out of Ukraine — but removing Putin could backfire dramatically.
Though the grouping is unlikely to become a formal alliance it’s essentially a security bloc by stealth.
Whether intentional or not, his insistence that the US will respond militarily to any Chinese attack belies a dangerous shift.
So far, the Houthis have not matched the Arab coalition’s concessions and political maneuvering to make the peace permanent.
Just over a week after the network hosted the simulated Sino-US conflict, President Biden said he’d be willing to defend Taiwan militarily.
Previous killings all took place at times when Washington and Tehran appeared to be on the cusp of a diplomatic breakthrough.
Washington’s $2 billion counterterrorism program was supposed to enhance security, but it’s had the opposite effect.
Western pundits and governments are wrongly using the war in Ukraine for goals (and distractions) that go far beyond the conflict there.
Zelensky is bringing his country together in unified resistance to Russian aggression. Can it remain that way beyond the invasion?
Open letter urges Congress and White House not to see the war in Ukraine as an excuse for mission creep of the worst kind.
Washington only denies that it has “plans to destroy the Russian fleet.” This may be seen as another distinction without a difference.
The senator alternately dismisses and then tries to co-opt early foreign policy traditions to mask his tired interventionism.
A new report finds that Afghanistan’s military was set up to fail once the Americans pulled out.
Cooperation between Russia and China is conceptually — and historically — shallow. So why are we working to make it deeper?
Recent violence in Jerusalem is complicating normalization efforts in the Middle East.
It’s time to talk about what we can learn from NATO in Eastern Europe and its lessons for U.S. policy towards China.
At what point will Washington acknowledge that our “special bond” is helping forestall peace and hurting US interests in the region?
US neighbors say the president’s reported “democracy vs. autocracy” invite list is a no-go and are willing to forgo the whole thing.
The US is reportedly redeploying troops with AFRICOM receiving a green light on drone strikes.
Trying to push China and Russia from this dynamic region of the Global South — whose secret sauce is inclusion — will be self-defeating.