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Ethiopia Is Falling Apart

Ethiopia Is Falling Apart

Tepid reforms and halfhearted concessions won't save the country's authoritarian government from its existential crisis.
Republicans Are AWOL on Russian Election Meddling

Republicans Are AWOL on Russian Election Meddling

The GOP's absence from the Senate Foreign Relations Committee's report on Russian interference is sad and abnormal.
Meet the Mild-Mannered Spy Who Made Himself the ‘American James Bond’

Meet the Mild-Mannered Spy Who Made Himself the ‘American James Bond’

Edward Lansdale’s most successful covert operations may have been crafting his own reputation.
Coalition Analysis Warns of Potential Islamic State Resurgence

Coalition Analysis Warns of Potential Islamic State Resurgence

The militant group is on the run, but that doesn’t mean it won’t be back.
It Is Not Time to Bomb North Korea

It Is Not Time to Bomb North Korea

There’s no reason to start a devastating war when nonmilitary options are working.
Iran’s Elites Are Far More Fragile Than They Look

Iran’s Elites Are Far More Fragile Than They Look

An Islamic Republic divided against itself cannot stand.
Senate Report Outlines Playbook to Prevent Future Russian Election Meddling

Senate Report Outlines Playbook to Prevent Future Russian Election Meddling

Conspicuously absent from the report, however, is Republican buy-in.
Trump’s Disingenuous Support for Iranian Protestors Has Backfired

Trump’s Disingenuous Support for Iranian Protestors Has Backfired

A selective approach to human rights is even more harmful than “America first.”
‘Much Bigger’ Buttons Have Nothing to Do With Deterrence

‘Much Bigger’ Buttons Have Nothing to Do With Deterrence

Trump doesn’t understand how armed diplomacy works.
Kim Jong Un and Moon Jae-in Are the Negotiators Korea Needs

Kim Jong Un and Moon Jae-in Are the Negotiators Korea Needs

Pyongyang's and Seoul’s leaders have shown they can build political capital. Now they have to spend it.
The Only Force That Can Beat Climate Change Is the U.S. Army

The Only Force That Can Beat Climate Change Is the U.S. Army

America’s military is the only institution that can break the partisan deadlock on the worst threat the nation faces.
Rep. Ed Royce’s Failure to Hold Trump Accountable Is a Dereliction of Duty

Rep. Ed Royce’s Failure to Hold Trump Accountable Is a Dereliction of Duty

The chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee should use his last year in office to reverse the unprincipled silence and moral weakness of Republicans in Congress.
What’s a Nuclear Hotline Good For Anyway?

What’s a Nuclear Hotline Good For Anyway?

North and South Korea have revived their dormant direct line. That’s good news for the rest of the world.
If You Thought 2017 Was Bad, Just Wait for 2018

If You Thought 2017 Was Bad, Just Wait for 2018

Last year, Trump corroded U.S. foreign policy, but avoided disaster. This year, there are powerful reasons to think that matters will worsen.
How to Break Up Europe’s Axis of Illiberalism

How to Break Up Europe’s Axis of Illiberalism

If the EU really wants to punish Poland, it should turn up the pressure on Hungary.
It’s Time to Bomb North Korea

It’s Time to Bomb North Korea

Destroying Pyongyang’s nuclear arsenal is still in America’s national interest.
China’s War on Poverty Could Hurt the Poor Most

China’s War on Poverty Could Hurt the Poor Most

The government is pushing people out of rural squalor — and into urban dependence.
Dancing to Russia’s Tune in Syria

Dancing to Russia’s Tune in Syria

As the United States stands back, the Saudis and even the U.N. special envoy are now open to a greater Russian diplomatic role in shaping the future of Syria.
SitRep: Trump Open to Talk with Kim Jong Un; North Korea Intel Failure

SitRep: Trump Open to Talk with Kim Jong Un; North Korea Intel Failure

"I always believe in talking,” Trump said, when asked whether he would take a call from Kim.
Nikki Haley’s Diplomacy of Revenge Targets U.N. Relief Agency

Nikki Haley’s Diplomacy of Revenge Targets U.N. Relief Agency

The United States threatens to pull the plug on hundreds of millions of dollars in funding to the Palestinians.