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Cuban Communism Is at Its Reform-or-Die Moment

Cuban Communism Is at Its Reform-or-Die Moment

The country’s first non-Castro president in over 50 years has only one path to legitimacy.
Meet the Russian-Owned Firm Creating an Army of Traveling ‘Proxies’

Meet the Russian-Owned Firm Creating an Army of Traveling ‘Proxies’

A former senior Russian intelligence official has created an American tech firm that pays people to go places and film things.
How Social Media Built the Case for Trump’s Strike on Syria

How Social Media Built the Case for Trump’s Strike on Syria

Evidence of chemical weapons used to require a chain of custody. Now, open-source intelligence is often enough.
It’s Still (Just About) OK to Be Gay in China

It’s Still (Just About) OK to Be Gay in China

Online protest has scored a solid win for LGBT rights — for now.
One Belt, One Road, One Happy Chinese Navy

One Belt, One Road, One Happy Chinese Navy

Beijing is using commercial bridgeheads to give its warships staying power in the Indian Ocean.
Trump’s Syria Strategy Makes Perfect Sense

Trump’s Syria Strategy Makes Perfect Sense

There's only one way to accomplish all of America's goals in Syria: cooperating with Russia.
America’s First Reality TV War

America’s First Reality TV War

The Trump administration's latest missile strikes in Syria were never going to accomplish anything. But the show must go on.
The Trumpification of the Latin American Right

The Trumpification of the Latin American Right

South American conservatives have an unlikely new role model.
Iranian-Backed Militias Set Sights on U.S. Forces

Iranian-Backed Militias Set Sights on U.S. Forces

Airstrikes against Syria may galvanize support against the United States.
Trump Was Right to Strike Syria

Trump Was Right to Strike Syria

But he needs a more coherent strategy in the Middle East.
Trump’s Passive-Aggressive Syria Policy Risks Creating More Mayhem in the Middle East

Trump’s Passive-Aggressive Syria Policy Risks Creating More Mayhem in the Middle East

The United States is pursuing a worst-of-both-worlds mix of hawkish confrontation and strategic retrenchment.
Security Brief: Syria’s War Machine Up and Running; Chemical Weapons Revelations

Security Brief: Syria’s War Machine Up and Running; Chemical Weapons Revelations

The United States has no intention of using its firepower to halt the mass killing of civilians through conventional means, degrade Syria’s military forces, or to challenge Russia and Iran’s military
Syrian Chemical Weapons Prompts Missile Volley From Trump

Syrian Chemical Weapons Prompts Missile Volley From Trump

U.S. is “locked and loaded” for more strikes, but only if Assad uses chemical weapons.
The New Cold War Is Boiling Over in Syria

The New Cold War Is Boiling Over in Syria

Trump’s latest airstrikes are a new U.S.-Russian missile crisis that risks devastating escalation.
Here’s How the United States Can Help Colombia Thrive

Here’s How the United States Can Help Colombia Thrive

As an era of peace approaches, both countries should take practical steps to strengthen the relationship.
Why Is Trump Going Soft on Hezbollah?

Why Is Trump Going Soft on Hezbollah?

Barack Obama did too little to curb the militant group, especially in Latin America. Donald Trump should do more.
China Will Always Be Bad at Bioethics

China Will Always Be Bad at Bioethics

It’s no accident that the Chinese government is leading the world in medical advances — and in dangerous ethical lapses.
Can a Weekend at Mar-a-Lago Rescue the Trump-Abe Relationship?

Can a Weekend at Mar-a-Lago Rescue the Trump-Abe Relationship?

The Japanese prime minister’s courtship of the U.S. president worked. For a while.
State Department Watchdog Reviewing Sexual Harassment, Assault Policies

State Department Watchdog Reviewing Sexual Harassment, Assault Policies

But some question whether it will result in anything concrete.
Reporter’s Notebook: Germany’s Family Reunification Problem

Reporter’s Notebook: Germany’s Family Reunification Problem

FP contributor Vauhini Vara appears on The E.R. to discuss her story “Germany’s Family Feud.”