The Reykjavik summit from thirty years ago shows what can be done when two leaders, whose states are supposedly implacable enemies, take responsibility and act to enhance the world’s strategic stability and safety.
The United States should strike a “middle path” in its policy toward Russia: standing up for core U.S. principles and values but also cooperating with Russia where necessary.
For progressives looking to challenge Trump on foreign policy, now is the time to define their stance lest they enable a more traditional and hawkish element.
The shallow state is in many respects the antithesis of the deep state. It actively eschews experience, knowledge, relationships, insight, craft, special skills, tradition, and shared values and in fact celebrates its ignorance of and disdain for those things.
U.S. efforts have made a crucial difference in Africa during recent administrations. The new administration should continue this engagement.
South Korea’s ongoing political crisis is making it difficult to respond effectively to North Korean provocations.
In just a month, the tough-talking CEO has been pushed to the margins. Here is how a potentially strong secretary of state can salvage his term.
India must follow the lead of Russia and China and realistically engage with President Trump.
The breakup of the European Union into a collection of nation-states would lead to enormous instability.
Trump’s arrival in the White House has put the worsening U.S.-Russian confrontation on hold, for now.