U.S. partners forced by proximity to rub elbows with the IRGC might worry that unavoidable contacts could make them subject to U.S. sanctions.
What the United States says and does still matters a great deal in Egypt, so supporting Sisi’s bid to stay in power for decades will certainly come back to haunt the United States.
America’s dealmaker-in-chief should shed his illusions of a grand bargain with Kim Jong Un and embrace the art of the possible. For clues, President Trump should look at the experience of the Iran nuclear agreement.
The United States cannot solve all of Libya’s manifold problems, but the next several weeks offer a crucial window, and decisive American diplomacy could make all the difference.
The collapse of the INF Treaty poses great challenges for Europe and NATO, forcing European capitals to conceptualize a new arms control framework.
Brexit has plunged the English political system into a deep crisis and Trump has transformed American politics and perhaps the world. They have similarities that reveal some important toxins that are undermining modern democracies.
It is becoming increasingly clear that the alliance today is ill-prepared to deal with myriad complex threats.
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Hacking or disruptions to the census could have devastating consequences. To prepare, the U.S. government should make protecting the 2020 census from cyberattacks a top priority.
Many in Congress have come to the conclusion that tougher sanctions on Russia are in order. Their activism can serve as a useful check on the Trump administration but, ideally, should not undermine unity with key U.S. allies.