U.S. Foreign Policy
George Shultz embodied a time before constant noise drowned out everyone’s voice.
Suddenly Home Alone, the United States should be a “force for good,” but not neglect power in a nasty world. China, Russia, and Iran don’t.
A reporter who was in Saigon recalls the day on January 30, 1968, when the South Vietnamese capital came under attack.
There’s a good reason the century-long Israeli-Palestinian conflict has not been solved: it can’t be.
China’s dominance over the region is by no means inevitable, but Washington has yet to figure out how to play the game.
Should he win the presidency, Joe Biden will need to pursue a "two-speed" strategy to restore American prestige abroad.
In light of Trump, it's time to rethink what a failed presidency really looks like.