At this crucial juncture in the Brexit process, the United States should concentrate its efforts on avoiding a no-deal situation while weighing in on particular issues of clear U.S. interest.
President Trump’s statement about the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was met with widespread criticism from around the world. He has set the United States down a road that breaks longstanding foreign policy precedent.
In the midst of increasingly competitive and near-confrontational relations, it is important to remain clear-eyed about the difficulties that the United States and China face going forward.
There will be many issues at play when the Russian and U.S. presidents meet at the G20 leaders’ summit in Buenos Aires. Our Russia experts provide insight into the Kremlin’s game plan.
Egypt’s new administrative capital, currently under construction—and tentatively named Wedian, which means “desert valleys”— represents concretely where President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has been trying to take his country during his five years of authoritarian rule.
In turning a blind eye to the murder of columnist Jamal Khashoggi, Trump has paradoxically pursued not an America first policy as he maintains, but one that puts Saudi interests first.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has recently taken a significant step in its nuclear research and development program that at the same time illuminates Riyadh’s best route for demonstrating transparency in nuclear safeguards.
A naval skirmish between Russia and Ukraine in the Sea of Azov further strains an already strung-out relationship. Ultimately, Moscow cannot afford to escalate the tensions—neither can Kyiv.
This volatile history of India-Pakistan engagement over the last decade makes the agreement on opening the Kartarpur corridor quite significant.
The European Parliament recently approved a law that will create a process for future foreign investments in Europe.
Chinese sources are consistent in their criticism of a fundamental shift in Washington’s policy and rhetoric on China toward greater hostility. However, both authoritative and non-authoritative also point out the need for restraint, dialogue, and cooperation in handling U.S.-China relations.
The new domain of cyberspace will never be an attack-free area, as cyber attacks continue to take place every day, everywhere.
The UK has traditionally played a prominent role in European defense, serving as the bridge to Washington. The combined effect of Brexit and Trump will created new challenges and consequently new opportunities.
While Democrats are rightly focused on health care and pocketbook issues, they should also assert themselves on national security.
Portugal has found a way to grant China a fast-track lane toward Europe with a little shiny gold, as it now occupies a central role in China’s European geoeconomic strategy.
The deployment of the THAAD system has become a thorn in China’s ties with the United States and South Korea, with ample evidence suggesting that the three countries are divided on the understandings, purpose, and strategic motives of the THAAD system in South Korea.
To understand what makes Putin and his allies act the way they do, you need to look beyond the myths.
Recently, two specialized reports were independently released that provided disturbing conclusions about the security of U.S. financial markets and global economic stability.
Why has Turkey responded to the murder of dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi so vocally?
This article explores the centrality of the social dimension in contemporary conflict, examining its pivotal role in the strategies of rivals of the West, from ISIS, Hizbullah and Hamas to China and Russia, and the shortfall of Western responses.