At this point, there are only two ways to reverse its nuclear program, one expert says.
U.S. governments have long swung between advancing human rights abroad and supporting stable allies that trample on those rights.
The Trump administration may be accelerating "Easternization," argues Gideon Rachman.
The logic of the London attack
Why does it matter if Rex Tillerson skips a NATO summit?
An alternative theory of what's shaping Western democracies
“There is a big open space in the Democratic Party right now,” says Senator Chris Murphy.
The Trump administration hasn’t even faced a major foreign-policy challenge yet.
There’s no consensus on the greatest ideological threat to the United States.
And is Donald Trump one?
“The question confronting us as a nation is as consequential as any we have faced since the late 1940s,” a group of Republican and Democratic experts write.
“I’ve never seen anything quite like” Trump’s approach to national security, says a former counterterrorism adviser to three presidents.
“Quite often the facts get lost in the hysteria.”
The top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee has some unanswered questions.
How the president’s advisers have made their case
The president took to Twitter to argue that publicly discussing the success or failure of a mission “only emboldens the enemy.”
What he does and does not have in common with the likes of Hitler, Chavez, Berlusconi, and Erdoğan
The new administration has called into question "the last 70 years of American foreign policy,” one says.
Syrian refugees have committed zero attacks in the United States.
Behold the awesome power of the People’s Liberation Army.