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The EU’s flagging credibility in the Middle East
Europe

The EU’s flagging credibility in the Middle East

Hobbled by its own requirements for consensus decision making, its Red Sea operation and internal struggles over the Gaza war undermine its influence

Foreign aid vote shows stark generational divide in GOP
Washington Politics

Foreign aid vote shows stark generational divide in GOP

'This moment calls out for many things, but boomer neoconservatism is not among them'

Will Egypt suspend the Camp David Accords?
Middle East

Will Egypt suspend the Camp David Accords?

Experts say the possibility is unlikely, but the potential consequences make it hard to ignore

Munich dispatch: Gaza 'wind blowing against the West'
Middle East

Munich dispatch: Gaza 'wind blowing against the West'

EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell warns the world smells hypocrisy as Israel readies death blow in Rafah

New poll: Nearly 70% of Americans want talks to end war in Ukraine
QiOSK

New poll: Nearly 70% of Americans want talks to end war in Ukraine

The survey suggests Biden administration policy toward Russia is increasingly out of step with public opinion

Beyond the Noise: NATO Debates, Past and Present
Washington Politics

Beyond the Noise: NATO Debates, Past and Present

From Eisenhower to Obama, American leaders have long questioned the contours and commitment to the alliance