Foreign Policy

Getting North Korea Back to the Table

The Administration is expected to reveal its policy soon on dealing with North Korea. Here are some priorities that should guide its thinking.

By Duyeon Kim

Building Back Better (Than Expected)

An update on the hits and misses—fortunately, with many more of the former than the latter— of Joe Biden's recent slate of appointments.

By Jeff Hauser David Segal

Good Neighbors At Last?

In Latin America, the Trump Administration whistled against the winds of global change. The Biden team needs to see that the days of dictating policy there are over.

By Abraham F. Lowenthal

Reengaging With the World

On foreign policy, Biden can’t just pick up where Obama left off. The world is different now.

By Mieke Eoyang

Five Paths to Global Respect

America’s international standing has plummeted. Here’s how we change that.

By Neera Tanden Katrina Mulligan