Following an oil dispute at the start of the year, Belarus and Russia’s relations are at an all-time low, potentially further isolating Russia in Europe.
We have been misled into ceding Moldova to Moscow. This will be Vladimir Putin’s greatest victory in decades—unless we act now.
Is Washington’s newfound assertiveness on the South China Sea dispute a matter of long-term statecraft, or short-term electioneering?
COVID-19 has demonstrated that the Chinese Communist Party, not trade with China, is the real threat to US interests and global stability.
Beijing’s critics will be watching for signs of it securing bigger stakes in Belt and Road projects in exchange for debt relief.
How is it that our advanced system of global trade and food production can still produce rampant hunger?
Investing in Afghanistan’s mineral wealth wouldn’t cure everything that ails the long-suffering country. But it would certainly be a good start.
This time Hanoi’s preferred weapons were science-based policy and epidemic planning.
Dissecting the likely culprit, motives, and fallout from a brazen daytime attack on Mexico City’s chief of police.
Here’s hoping that Joe Biden’s “return to normalcy” won’t drag US foreign policy back into antiquated strategic thinking that desperately needs an overhaul.