China and Russia are ramping up their disinformation campaigns in the lead-up to the November vote. It’s time for Washington to fight back.
New polling shows that a growing share of U.S. citizens want leaders who wouldn’t “bother with” elections.
Adversaries are trying to undermine U.S. democracy. Hackers and regular citizens must identify weaknesses and make the system resilient in the face of cyberthreats.
Securing human rights in the supply chain of critical minerals is vital for a green future.
How Israel’s agreements this year with Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates made the Middle East more volatile.
If the U.S. government wants to win the information wars, Cold War-era tactics won’t cut it anymore.
Wrecked armor in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict was down to bad training and terrain, not magical technology.
There is a risk of a nuclear cascade across the region. The United States can stop it by enforcing the gold standard of nonproliferation.
Few countries have soured more rapidly against China than Australia, as decades of influence-building by Beijing come to naught.
The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict could spill over to Iran’s Azeri minority, setting off a battle the government can’t contain.
The messaging app was a lifeline—and a political danger.
More than a partisan move, statehood would be a foreign-policy masterstroke.
As the country continues to grapple with the aftermath of the Islamic State insurgency, revolutionizing the country’s energy sector could be the key to long-term security.