A reality check about the foreign-policy implications of a sick president.
The transition to a zero-carbon world will shift power in very unexpected ways.
The nascent pact with Australia, Japan, and the United States is pointless. It should be quietly disbanded.
The president has treatment options for his coronavirus infection. None are very good.
New Delhi has a long history of harassing international NGOs. But under Modi, things may reach a tipping point.
Thatcher and Mitterrand nearly stopped it from happening, but 30 years on, reunification remains the world’s most successful geopolitical experiment.
Biden has matched Trump’s rhetoric on trade soundbite for soundbite, and his economic plans are likely to make trade conflicts worse.
The late Ginsburg championed international law. Amy Coney Barrett has argued that what the world thinks is at best superfluous.
The real achievement of the Abraham Accords isn’t geopolitical—it’s cultural.
In a little-noticed speech this week, China permanently changed the global fight against climate change.
The 2020 election is veering into dangerous territory—and liberalism won’t be enough to win.
Those who used to scoff at its mismanagement should take note of Rome’s strategy for defeating COVID-19.