US Foreign Policy
Examining the issues and hotspots that will be making headlines in the week ahead.
Trump Doctrine is a foreign policy based not on any vision of the United States' role in the world, but rather on the commander-in-chief's vision of various world leaders.
The Northern Sea Route through the Arctic will alter global trade flows and in doing so create new geopolitical chokepoints. Chief among them is the Bering Strait, where US, Russian, and Chinese interests converge.
Weeks after reportedly telling his generals to draw up plans for a withdrawal from Syria, the US president finds himself being pulled back in.
The twin pillars of UK foreign policy – its ‘special relationship’ with the U.S. and central presence in the EU – have collapsed, and the ensuing diplomatic isolation is on full display following the Skripal poisoning.
A spirit of détente has descended on the Korean Peninsula, but will it be any different from past experience?
A sign of things to come in US-Mexico relations, more Greek bailout tensions, and China picks up where it left off in the South China Sea dispute.
President Donald Trump and the Republican-dominated Congress have found common cause in increasing US defense spending. Here’s where some of the money could go.
How will Latin America be affected by Trump’s foreign policy?
How different will US foreign policy look under President Trump?