The Chinese president has cemented his position as the most dominant leader since Mao Zedong.
The administration won't say who's on it, but The Atlantic has obtained a list.
Catalonia and Kurdistan show demands for self-determination aren’t enough.
The Kurds are one of Washington’s closest and most reliable allies in the Middle East.
The U.S. blasts China’s “predatory economics”—but the money keeps flowing.
Iraqi forces face off against the Kurds in a potential harbinger of conflicts to come.
An improbable source of European unity
The world’s hot spots are alluring to both adrenaline junkies and the socially conscious.
The U.S. will stick to the nuclear agreement—for now.
A hostage release and the questions it raises
Does the failed nuclear agreement with North Korea have lessons for the Iran deal?
Between the region’s current status, and full independence, there’s little space for compromise.
As President Trump is expected to let Congress decide on the future of the nuclear agreement, David O’Sullivan defends the pact.
The deaths of three Green Berets near the Mali-Niger border show just how entrenched American security forces in Africa have become since 9/11.
With U.S. decertification looming, the other partners in the agreement lobby furiously to keep it.
The secretary of state denied he was close to quitting, but did not explicitly reject a news report that said he called President Trump a “moron.”
Reflections on the life of Iraq's first post-Saddam president
Beyond apparent policy disagreements between the president and Rex Tillerson, the State Department struggles to absorb mixed signals.
The 1996 Port Arthur massacre resulted in legislation that saw a dramatic decline in gun crimes.
The president’s latest tweets question the value of U.S. diplomacy with North Korea.