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Foreign Policy

The Death of the Gentle Peacemaker

Kofi Annan was the epitome of international diplomacy—which is why he was both an inspiration and a disappointment.

The Rise and Fall of Soft Power

Joseph Nye’s concept lost relevance, but China could bring it back.
Europe’s Donald Can Fight Dirty, Too

Europe’s Donald Can Fight Dirty, Too

Donald Tusk is the mild-mannered president of a quiet EU institution—and the West’s loudest voice against populism.

Security Brief: Trump Cancels Military Parade; Erik Prince Reups Plan to Privatize Afghan War

Catch up on everything you need to know about Trump’s $92 million military parade, the Blackwater founder’s proposal to privatize the war in Afghanistan, North Korea’s demands for a declaration to end

America’s Anxiety of Influence

The power of the United States is declining—and that's nothing to worry about.

UNRWA Has Changed the Definition of Refugee

The U.N.'s agency for Palestinians should stop playing word games and do its job.

Trump Escalates Feud With Former CIA Chief Brennan

Four questions on security clearances and their value in Washington.

U.S. Lawmakers Press Pompeo to Fix Policy for Diplomat Families

The State Department has scaled back benefits to family members with special needs.

He Didn’t Know the Klan Handshake. It Almost Cost Him His Life.

On our podcast: Journalist Vegas Tenold describes the six years he spent with white supremacists.

Hollywood Has No Time for Crazy Poor Asians

Asian-American politics don't translate on screen into sensitivity to Singapore's real issues.
Pakistan’s Economic Turmoil Threatens China’s Ambitions

Pakistan’s Economic Turmoil Threatens China’s Ambitions

The balance-of-payments crisis and likely IMF talks could undermine Beijing’s investments.

Pompeo Creates New Team to Pressure Iran

The new unit will be led by one of the State Department’s most powerful officials.
The European Union Needs Its Own Charles de Gaulle

The European Union Needs Its Own Charles de Gaulle

There’s nothing wrong with today’s EU that France’s legendary 20th-century leader didn’t see coming—and didn’t try to fix when he had the chance.

Consumer Drones Are Propaganda Tools, Not Killing Machines

The Maduro attack shows that the threat of drones in private hands is all smoke and noise.
The U.N. Can’t Bring Peace to the Central African Republic

The U.N. Can’t Bring Peace to the Central African Republic

But it can help solve local conflicts. Here’s how.

Trump Will Regret Changing His Mind About Qatar

The United States has the leverage needed to prevent Qatar from cozying up to Iran and the Muslim Brotherhood—if it’s willing to use it.

Iran Is Throwing a Tantrum but Wants a Deal

Despite its defiant warnings, Tehran will eventually negotiate with Donald Trump—as long as Vladimir Putin mediates.

Botched CIA Communications System Helped Blow Cover of Chinese Agents

The number of informants executed in the debacle is higher than initially thought.

Central Asia Struggles With Fallout From China’s Internment of Minorities

Kazakh case draws attention to plight of hundreds of thousands detained in Xinjiang

America Is Committing War Crimes and Doesn’t Even Know Why

The United States has spent far more time obscuring its role in the Saudi-led war in Yemen than in explaining any rationale for it.