The US is at war in the Middle East, again. What could possibly go wrong?
For Rian Malan, seeking atonement doesn’t necessarily mean one will attain it.
History suggests that progress in racial justice comes only when American leaders see it as crucial to US geopolitical interests.
How the US is using trade sanctions and other means to curb the oil exports of its foes.
There could soon be a trade alliance between Beijing, Moscow and Berlin—but you wouldn’t know it from the triumphal tone in Washington.
The president knows US policy has been a failure. Here’s how he can make a breakthrough, in the little time he has left.
Beijing’s carbon-reduction targets are already far more ambitious than Washington’s.
Despite US military efforts, maritime insecurity has been markedly on the rise in the waters off West Africa.
Former top UN diplomat Lakhdar Brahimi lays out how decades of naïveté about Arab societies, poor planning and post-conflict miscalculations have fostered a deep mistrust and lack of confidence in the United States.
After more than two decades of empty declarations of victory in Iraq, “success,” however defined, is impossible.