Foreign Policy

Yemen and the Horsemen of the Apocalypse

War, famine, and sickness are ravaging through Yemen, as the country faces one of its worst humanitarian crises. But is anyone paying attention?

By Helen Lackner

When Trump Went to Israel

Despite Trump’s autocratic, strongman airs, his recent Middle East trip was also marked by a strange sense of weakness on the part of his Administration.

By Noam Sheizaf

Abbas's Unmerited Optimism

The Palestinian president's overtures toward a renewed peace, with the help of Trump, mask a darker reality back home.

By Dalia Hatuqa

We Aren’t the World

A new Wilson biography tries to resuscitate liberal internationalism. A tall order—but a necessary one.

By Jordan Michael Smith

Trump’s Doctrine of Unpredictability

Trump's foreign policy "unpredictability" might just be cluelessness.

By Michael H. Fuchs