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Making American Bureaucracy Terrible Again

Making American Bureaucracy Terrible Again

The Trump administration's petty corruption will have a clear legacy: more red tape for years to come.
The Most Dangerous Man in Europe Is Jens Weidmann

The Most Dangerous Man in Europe Is Jens Weidmann

The front-runner to lead Europe’s central bank doesn't seem to believe in central banking.
U.N. Sexual Assault Investigations Die in Darkness

U.N. Sexual Assault Investigations Die in Darkness

Leaked reports reveal the organization's faulty forensics on sexual misconduct — and the culture of impunity they produce.
Putin and Xi Are Dreaming of a Polar Silk Road

Putin and Xi Are Dreaming of a Polar Silk Road

The Northern Sea Route might not be the next Suez Canal, but it’s at the heart of Moscow and Beijing’s play for the high north.
Steeling for a Fight

Steeling for a Fight

Trump's threatened tariffs won't hurt China. They'll goad the EU to retaliate and could spark a global trade war that won't end well for anyone.
Chinese Students in America Say ‘Not My President’

Chinese Students in America Say ‘Not My President’

Young overseas Chinese make a rare show of dissent against Xi Jinping's power grab.
The Italian Center-Left Didn’t Collapse. It Never Existed.

The Italian Center-Left Didn’t Collapse. It Never Existed.

A party with no sense of what it stood for was doomed from the start.
Giggling at the Gulag

Giggling at the Gulag

"The Death of Stalin" turns tyranny into comedy.
Trump Eyes Retired Diplomat for Top Africa Envoy Role

Trump Eyes Retired Diplomat for Top Africa Envoy Role

The decision comes as Tillerson departs on his first tour of the continent as secretary of state.
Baathism Caused the Chaos in Iraq and Syria

Baathism Caused the Chaos in Iraq and Syria

The United States invaded the Levant 15 years ago – but the region’s scorched-earth ideology has kept the fire burning.
China’s Long Arm Reaches Into American Campuses

China’s Long Arm Reaches Into American Campuses

Beijing is stepping up efforts to inject party ideology into student life. Some Chinese students are crying foul.
McMaster’s Problem Isn’t Trump. It’s Mattis and Kelly.

McMaster’s Problem Isn’t Trump. It’s Mattis and Kelly.

The "axis of adults" has been running foreign policy, but the national security advisor was quickly pushed to the kids' table.
Kim to Trump: Let’s Make a Deal

Kim to Trump: Let’s Make a Deal

Washington got just what it wanted from the pressure campaign. Now what?
Washington Strikes Back Against Chinese Investment

Washington Strikes Back Against Chinese Investment

A new bill moving forward on Capitol Hill would expand regulators' ability to block Chinese acquisitions — and U.S. ventures abroad.
A Light Unto Some Nations

A Light Unto Some Nations

How Israel's policy toward African asylum-seekers transformed it from a land of refuge into a land of deportation.
A Macedonia by Any Other Name

A Macedonia by Any Other Name

The Balkans desperately need help, but Greece won't stop picking a fight over what to call its northern neighbor.
How to Make Karl Marx Sexy

How to Make Karl Marx Sexy

The philosophy of economics doesn’t make for a good movie. It gets easier if you drop the philosophy and the economics.
I’m Sorry for Creating the ‘Gerasimov Doctrine’

I’m Sorry for Creating the ‘Gerasimov Doctrine’

I was the first to write about Russia’s infamous high-tech military strategy. One small problem: it doesn't exist.
The State Department Needs Rehab

The State Department Needs Rehab

American diplomacy is losing its battle with the Trump administration — but it can still win the war.
Security Brief: McMaster on the Way Out? Putin Touts New Nukes

Security Brief: McMaster on the Way Out? Putin Touts New Nukes

Mounting reports point toward National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster's departure from the White House.