U.S. Foreign Policy
While Americans aren’t paying attention, their enemies are on the prowl in this energy-rich region.
Six precepts to inject principled, strategic thinking back into Republican foreign policy.
It will take a united front to defeat Beijing’s new version of diplomacy by economic coercion.
Why does the West so often view Russia through a borrowed Russian lens? AP editorial board member Lilia Shevtsova explores this and other questions with Stefan Meister of the German Council on Foreign Relations.
For Americans, the Pacific has always been an object of fascination.
Remarkably, a coherent, unifying China policy emerged out of the chaotic Trump years. The Chinese regime itself deserves much of the credit.
Don’t lose perspective and let Iran run the Near East.