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Sometimes Armenian Protests Are Just Armenian Protests

Sometimes Armenian Protests Are Just Armenian Protests

Not every post-Soviet revolution is about the geopolitics of Russia.
Macron’s Centrism Is Coming Apart at the Seams

Macron’s Centrism Is Coming Apart at the Seams

The French president spent his first year steering his country to the right — and his supporters on the left are starting to wonder what they signed up for.
Bolton’s Pick for Deputy Could Roil Pentagon Relations

Bolton’s Pick for Deputy Could Roil Pentagon Relations

Mira Ricardel clashed with Defense Secretary James Mattis’s team in the early days of Trump’s presidency.
China’s $6 Billion Propaganda Blitz Is a Snooze

China’s $6 Billion Propaganda Blitz Is a Snooze

Beijing’s propaganda works at home, but it can't compete globally.
Human Rights Groups Bristling at State Department Report

Human Rights Groups Bristling at State Department Report

What’s not in the report is as important as what’s in it.
Make the Summit of the Americas Great Again

Make the Summit of the Americas Great Again

The Western Hemisphere needs a more ambitious agenda.
Congress Has Willfully Abdicated Its Responsibility Over War

Congress Has Willfully Abdicated Its Responsibility Over War

It’s time for legislators to share in the authority they claim to want.
Emmanuel Macron’s Critique of Pure Liberalism

Emmanuel Macron’s Critique of Pure Liberalism

It’s not an accident that Donald Trump’s closest foreign friend is the French president.
The Scramble for Africa’s Athletes

The Scramble for Africa’s Athletes

Shady sports agents have taken a page from human traffickers. They’re luring young men to Europe with promises of fame and exploiting them instead.
What Comes Next in Syria?

What Comes Next in Syria?

With President Trump’s strikes on Assad’s regime, the Syrian civil war is at the forefront of the global political stage. But what happens when the strikes are over?
Lost in the Middle East

Lost in the Middle East

The incoherence of Washington's Syria policy is a symptom of its failure to define a new role in the world.
Turkey Wants to Veto Civil Society Organizations at the OSCE

Turkey Wants to Veto Civil Society Organizations at the OSCE

It wouldn’t be the first time Erdogan took domestic politics to the international arena.
Trump Is Moving in the Right Direction on North Korea

Trump Is Moving in the Right Direction on North Korea

The risks of a summit remain high. But diplomacy works.
Peacekeepers Shouldn’t Always Be Peaceful

Peacekeepers Shouldn’t Always Be Peaceful

The United Nations needs to accept that it's possible to fight and broker peace agreements at the same time.
Trump Needs a Plan for Israel’s Confrontation With Iran

Trump Needs a Plan for Israel’s Confrontation With Iran

Tehran and Moscow are becoming the arbiters of the Middle East — and Israel’s relationship with both is growing increasingly tense.
Pompeo North Korea Visit Throws Wrench in Confirmation Fight

Pompeo North Korea Visit Throws Wrench in Confirmation Fight

The behind-the-scenes effort to rally enough senators to confirm Pompeo just got tougher.
Army Service Could Be the Answer to Europe’s Integration Problem

Army Service Could Be the Answer to Europe’s Integration Problem

The EU’s defense forces are struggling to recruit, and immigrants are often eager to serve.
When Diplomacy Disappears

When Diplomacy Disappears

The Trump Administration’s lack of engagement has made the terrorist threat worse.
Everyone in France Wants to Claim the Legacy of 1968

Everyone in France Wants to Claim the Legacy of 1968

Leftists want to celebrate revolutionary idealism; conservatives, the triumph of traditional authority. And Emmanuel Macron is trying to split the difference.