The U.S. constitution protects all citizens equally from religious tests: believers and non-believers alike, protecting all religious communities including, it must be said, Muslims.
To facilitate informed public debate and astute decision-making concerning the future of the American ICBM force, Congress should commission an independent review and assessment of the feasibility of and risks associated with a further life-extension of the Minuteman III.
After decades of agonizing, a U.S. president has called the massacre and deportation of the Ottoman Armenians in 1915 and 1916 a genocide. Does it make a difference, and what happens next?
In order to avoid a standoff with China and contribute to global health, it is necessary for the Quad to maintain firm cooperation with COVAX to keep its support comprehensive and non-strategic.
Three recommended steps for Member States of the United Nations to take in support of norms, rules, and principles of responsible behaviors to reduce threats to space systems and support sustainable uses of outer space.
Many African countries have placed economic diversification high on the policy agenda, yet they first need to define what it means in their specific structural and socioeconomic contexts.
Over the past decade, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe has been returning to its origins as a Cold War–era conference—a forum where states and blocs can air their frictions and hostilities. If the OSCE’s participating States want it to remain an organization, not a conference, they must take action to secure its executive autonomy.
As the security implications of global climate change are becoming clearer, NATO has invited climate change and security specialists from governments, think tanks, and academia to offer inputs and analyses.
Centering rights and human security will not only help create the conditions needed to achieve a durable political solution but also promote U.S. interests abroad.
Russia has long struggled to overcome its inability to retain talent for homegrown innovation and R&D. As a result, Russia’s global activism leans heavily on tried-and-true tactics.
Biden is clearly risk-ready. But a president’s words alone rarely persuade.
The key to any success is whether Biden has the votes to keep moderates in his own party on board and perhaps gain some Republican support for a few more targeted packages on infrastructure and immigration. If not, hopes for transformation will remain just that.
The designations declared that elements of the crimes were applicable not simply in the occupied Palestinians territories but within the internationally recognized borders of Israel itself.
The president has spoken. All U.S. forces will be out of Afghanistan by September 11—the twentieth anniversary of the attacks that forever changed America and the world.
With one or two exceptions, Biden's first 100 days in foreign policy has been understandably marked by caution, prudence, and risk aversion.
The international organization Human Rights Watch released a report declaring, for the first time in its history, that the Israeli government is committing two crimes against humanity for its treatment of the Palestinians: the crimes of persecution and apartheid.
It's no exaggeration to assert that Biden faces the greatest challenge of national recovery of any President since Franklin D. Roosevelt without the benefit of a world war that would leave America stronger at home and abroad.
There is anger on the streets. Fear, angst, and an overall sense of unease have settled into the lifeblood of India’s towns and cities. Experts argue over the ‘viral variant’ of Covid-19 that has swept the nation, but the devastating speed of infection is all too telling.
Statements from Biden, Sullivan, Blinken, Manning show that India can expect substantial assistance from the U.S. in the coming days.
While the United States is right to counteract illicit technology transfer and protect work opportunities for Americans, it must do so in a way that avoids inflicting unnecessary harm on its own science and innovation base by disrupting one of its most important international STEM talent sources.