Given the success the United States has had with supporting democracy around the world, why does it seem incapable of applying those lessons at home?
A newly formed government offers South Sudan’s best chance for peace in years, but it must contend with endemic corruption and a severe humanitarian crisis.
Whatever Israel and the Palestinians need to succeed in making peace, what they don’t need is a framework that may well have hung a closed-for-the-season sign both on a viable peace process and Washington’s credibility as a fair and effective broker.
Rather than process fragmentation, the key challenges for cyber norms development derive from the structure of the cyber domain itself and the current alignment of incentives for state behavior.
A blend of new threats and opportunities is causing Moscow to take greater risks and embrace more flamboyant policies in Europe. The Kremlin’s relationships with Italy and Austria shine a spotlight on how Europe’s domestic troubles have opened many doors for Moscow.
Mubarak’s presidency left a complex legacy in Egypt, but public sentiment has warmed in the years since he was deposed during the Arab Spring.
As cyber threats multiply, efforts to establish international norms for cyber activity have created a disjointed ecosystem. Is the fragmentation a cause for concern or an opportunity to promote cyber stability and security?
Mubarak made his name in Egypt as a military man. As younger Egyptians look back on the past decade, Mubarak won’t be a hero to their generation.
The EU’s traditional business model is not fit for a world of power politics. Whether the EU can protect its interests and values in this new situation will depend on stronger and more decisive leadership.
The Democratic primary debate in South Carolina answered several key questions that may have a bearing on the elections to come.
The 2020 U.S. presidential election is playing out in the shadow of disinformation, but few candidates are promising to take action against it.
The new Lebanese government must deal with the gargantuan task of an economic meltdown of historic proportions.
While will be tangible outcomes to President Trump’s visit to India beyond the optics, the extravaganza Trump is expecting will probably overshadow the substance.
U.S. President Donald Trump’s two-day visit is designed to partially tickle his vanity, but, as importantly, it is to boost his chances of returning to office in the 2020 U.S. general election.
America and India risk failing to deliver on the full potential of the strategic bet they have made on one another. That will have enormous ramifications for both countries, the future of the Indo-Pacific, and the geopolitics of the unfolding century.
The current confrontation between NATO and Russia stems from a long stagnation and then final crisis in the realm of arms control.
A Yemeni scholar shares glimpses of his journey through remote eastern Yemen, where the war-torn country’s wealthy neighbors are jostling for influence.
No matter who wins in November, turning back the clock to 2016 will not be possible. European trust in U.S. leadership has been irreparably damaged.
His first Democratic primary debate could have been Michael Bloomberg’s night. But instead it was his nightmare.
The coronavirus outbreak has exposed just how difficult it’s becoming for China and the United States to cooperate—even in situations when the lives of their citizens are at stake.