Foreign Policy

The China Battle Has Just Started

History's lesson: The U.S.-China fight will be with us for a long time to come.

By Richard Vague

Saving NATO

It’s a shocking thing to say, but the President of the United States is the biggest threat to NATO in the world. We must show how wrong he is.

By Daniel B. Shapiro

Countering Nationalist Oligarchy

The real threat to liberal democracy isn’t authoritarianism—it’s nationalist oligarchy. Here’s how American foreign policy should change.

By Ganesh Sitaraman

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