For many years, China has mostly relied on land-based nuclear weapons as its strategic deterrent. But now its fleet of nuclear-armed submarines is getting larger and more advanced. This long-term trend has far-reaching implications.
In this three-part series, Jen Psaki sits down with Senior Fellow Jarrett Blanc, former treasury secretary Jack Lew, and lawyer Greta Lichtenbaum to explore how sanctions really work and the way policymakers should think about using them.
One political party dominates the world’s largest democracy. Why has India’s BJP has become so powerful?
What might a realistic approach to one of the most complex and delicate nuclear negotiations ever attempted look like? Here’s why the United States and North Korea must tread carefully to resolve their impasse.
Under Trump, U.S. democracy policy has reached its lowest ebb in forty years. If the United States continues this course for two more years, it will be stranded on the sidelines, or even on the wrong side, of the global democratic struggle.
The Israeli and Palestinian communities are growing ever closer physically while remaining separated politically. Any solution must adequately address the needs of both sides.