The US is giving record-high amounts of money to Ukraine, signaling it is invested in this war for the long run – a political science scholar explains 3 important things to know.
Fifty years after the US pulled out of Vietnam, the legacy of that war is still influencing its decisions.
Joe Biden’s move away from Trump’s isolationist policy has won some support from the public, and Congress.
Henry Kissinger’s influence on US foreign policy is profound. His transactional approach – avowedly values free – includes support of murderous and genocidal foreign leaders.
Election of moderate rather than Trump Republicans makes a change in Ukraine policy less likely.
Waves of US troops and international peacekeeping forces have repeatedly failed to make Haiti more stable for more than 100 years.
With Russia building new partnerships to gain support for its war, the US should re-engage with allies in its backyard, experts say.
Russian government media are frequently criticized as being blatant propaganda. How do US government media measure up?
Washington must continue to support Taiwan while seeking a better security dialogue with Beijing.
The assassination of the leader of al-Qaida in Kabul raises some important questions about divisions among the Taliban leadership.
The Biden administration has a difficult task in punishing Russia for its invasion without becoming embroiled in a full-scale war.
The tensions with Russia have forged a new unity in the North Atlantic alliance.
Negotiations between Western democracies and Russia over the fate of Ukraine took place against a backdrop of Russia troops entering Kazakhstan. It’s a reminder that Russia is willing to play tough.
The boycott is ambiguous and will undermine the value of sport in diplomacy.
Violence in Ethiopia could cause ripples across the Horn of Africa, destabilizing the region.
Despite a ‘major breach of trust,’ the recent spat between France and the US corresponds to a long cycle of conflict and rapprochement between the two countries.
Kennan was one of America’s few true experts on Soviet affairs. He famously urged a “Containment” strategy to prevent Soviet expansionism, advising against military responses and arms build-ups.
After 20 years in Afghanistan and many promises made, the U.S. does hold responsibility for Afghans’ fate, including their human right to access education.
As American troops leave Afghanistan, a scholar of the country’s history and culture reexamines his photos of the nation’s people.
Gender equality doesn’t top any country’s international agenda – yet. But ever more countries, including the US, are starting to discern that women’s rights really are human rights.