To make progress in Venezuela, the United States will have to work with its international partners to find a more moderate path forward.
In recent months, Israel has been lobbying the U.S. government to recognize the Golan Heights as Israeli territory. The abundant water in the Golan lies at the core of Israeli claims that it needs the Golan Heights for its security, as well at the base of Israeli demands for recognition.
Even if a military intervention began well, U.S. forces would likely find themselves bogged down in the messy work of keeping the peace for years to come.
Russian President Vladimir Putin‘s annexation of Crimea was an improvisation designed to achieve limited aims during a moment of crisis in Ukraine.
Leslie Gelb‘s skepticism of "smart power" is misguided; it is only by combining the strategies of both hard and soft power that the United States can achieve its ends.
Arguing over whether Washington should create a Space Force misses the point. Since space is already a competitive and a militarized domain, the task now is to protect U.S. and allied military interests in space to guard against catastrophe.
Trump‘s dismissive and disparaging treatment of NATO is reckless and dangerous. But the alliance begins its eighth decade in extraordinarily robust shape despite-and in part because of-Donald Trump.
David Blackbourn reviews Alfred Dblin‘s Berlin Alexanderplatz
Stephen Moore and Arthur Laffer‘s over-the-top enthusiasm for U.S. President Donald Trump‘s sketchy economic agenda in their new bookTrumponomicsis not likely to convince anyone not already sporting a "Make America Great Again" hat.
The Irish backstop isn‘t just in Ireland.
Despite new challenges, the United States remains a safe country in a remarkably safe world.
A hard Northern Irish border can only be avoidedif London remains within European Union‘s customs union.
With presidential and parliamentary elections fast approaching in Ukraine, Russia sees a chance to return the country to its sphere of influence.
American universities in the Middle East serve asmodels of the values of robust debate, critical inquiry, and participatory governance.