Foreign policy should work better for America’s middle class.
If the next 150 days turn out to be Trump’s final days in office, he could still wreak a lot of havoc on American foreign policy.
The global order is crumbling, domestic renewal is urgent, and America must reinvent its role in the world.
Foreigners aren’t laughing at us. They pity and discount us.
We need every ounce of talent and energy to not only rebuild but reinvent our society.
The post-pandemic world will pose a massive test for U.S. statecraft, the biggest since the end of the Cold War.
But it’s also more reparable.
Will the strategic bet that America and India have made on each other deliver on its full potential?
Trump’s attacks on public servants will do lasting damage to American diplomacy.
Sultan Qaboos bin Said, who died on Friday, brought Oman into the modern age and made the Iran deal possible.
In his death, the Iranian general may cost the United States far more than it gained by his killing.
An American diplomat imagines what an ambassador in Washington, D.C., might write home at the end of the year.
It’s time to abandon the dogma that’s driven our foreign policy and led to so much disaster in the region.
The real threat to democracy comes not from an imagined deep state, but from a weak state of hollowed-out institutions and battered and belittled public servants.
Coercive diplomacy has worked before, but coercion without diplomacy will not.
An American diplomat tells the inside story of Yeltsin, Putin, and opportunities lost.