Sending ground troops to Ukraine could provoke a wider and vastly more dangerous war with Russia,
Donald Trump has threatened to not defend some NATO countries if Russia attacks them. But the US also benefits from the power that NATO gives it, as well as the stability it helped create in Europe.
China is making chip progress despite US efforts to contain its industry.
China is asserting itself in the South Pacific, prompting efforts from the US and its allies to contain its influence.
More than 85 locations linked to militias were hit in a robust response by Washington to an earlier deadly drone attack on a US base in Jordan.
The US attacks on military sites in Iraq and Syria are unlikely to further escalate conflict in the Middle East, he writes.
A scholar of Israeli politics explains why Israelis are increasingly turning against Netanyahu and his promise that Israel can quickly defeat Hamas and bring Israeli hostages home.
Trump’s fans think that his unpredictability was an asset in terms of his foreign policy. It wasn’t.
It’s hard to overestimate the role Henry Kissinger played in Chile. A former Chilean diplomat describes the mark that the powerful statesman made in his country and elsewhere in the Global South.
Former US secretary of state, Henry Kissinger has died, aged 100. His legacy, including his involvement in the Vietnam war, is long, complicated and divisive.
A historian of the Middle East examines the decades-old ‘special relationship’ between Israel and the US.
Given its unprecedented scale and nature, could the Israel-Hamas war reshuffle the cards in the U.S. 2024 presidential campaign?
India is far from posing a threat to American power the way China is now. But if the West elevates India at China’s expense, it will eventually have to contend with Indian challenges.
Iran’s long-term strategy includes eradicating Israel and driving a wedge between Israel and its regional neighbors. So far, the war seems to be accomplishing that goal.
The current war in Gaza is an argument in favour of a multipolar world, one in which the U.S. has less influence and other powers can act as countervailing forces.
Until 1906, no US president had ever traveled abroad in office. Then Teddy Roosevelt demonstrated the power of showing up.
A scholar who has closely followed reforms that MBS has made to Wahhabism, an austere form of Islam, explains the changes taking place in the Saudi kingdom and their impact.
While a few Republican politicians have aligned with former President Donald Trump’s isolationist foreign policy position, most candidates continue to push for the traditional stance of engagement.
While analysts fret over what Iran and Russia are up to in Syria, Kurdish aspirations continue to be overlooked.
An analysis of over 1,000 headlines shows key differences in how US media portray the aggressors and victims in the two conflicts.