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Corruption Is Mexico’s Original Sin

Corruption Is Mexico’s Original Sin

Personal enrichment has always been central to Mexico's political system — and only a revolution can change that.
America Is Nowhere Near a Constitutional Crisis

America Is Nowhere Near a Constitutional Crisis

Even if Donald Trump fires Robert Mueller, the country's constitutional system still wouldn't be threatened.
Mattis as defense secretary: What it means for us, for the military, and for Trump

Mattis as defense secretary: What it means for us, for the military, and for Trump

After eight years at Foreign Policy, here are the ten most popular Best Defense posts.
The Crime of Gender Inequality in Global Health

The Crime of Gender Inequality in Global Health

There’s no way we’ll be able to grapple with the coming health crises unless we fix the gaping problem of women’s empowerment in global health.
SitRep: How Moscow Did It

SitRep: How Moscow Did It

Russia pushing back against U.S. arms sales to Ukraine
Rational Security on The E.R.: The “Beam Me Up, Santa” Edition

Rational Security on The E.R.: The “Beam Me Up, Santa” Edition

Robert Mueller got hold of emails from the presidential transition and the Pentagon has been researching sightings of UFOs. Yes, seriously.
U.N. Votes For New Sanctions Against North Korea

U.N. Votes For New Sanctions Against North Korea

North Koreans working abroad are a source of cash. They won’t be anymore.
Will North Korea Blow Up the Winter Olympics?

Will North Korea Blow Up the Winter Olympics?

It’s possible. But here are a few steps Washington, Seoul, and Pyongyang can take to keep the 2018 Winter Games peaceful.
If You’re Not a Democracy, You’re Not European Anymore

If You’re Not a Democracy, You’re Not European Anymore

The EU is finally declaring it's a club with rules — and that countries like Poland might not belong.
Iran’s North Korean Playbook to Protect Its Nuclear Program

Iran’s North Korean Playbook to Protect Its Nuclear Program

Tehran is building up Hezbollah as leverage against an attack by Israel.
Congressional Republicans Are Pulling a Bait-and-Switch in the Trump-Russia Investigation

Congressional Republicans Are Pulling a Bait-and-Switch in the Trump-Russia Investigation

Signs are mounting that the House Intelligence Committee plans on prematurely abdicating its work.
Palestine Is a Victim of the Iranian-Saudi War

Palestine Is a Victim of the Iranian-Saudi War

The two regional powerhouses are more focused on fighting each other than challenging Trump's Jerusalem decision.
Situation Report: Big Pentagon Changes Coming in 2018

Situation Report: Big Pentagon Changes Coming in 2018

Trump transgender ban blocked by courts again, Pence in Afghanistan
Trump Has Set a Scary Strategic Precedent

Trump Has Set a Scary Strategic Precedent

There's a reason why other administrations didn’t plan national security policy this way.
Cyberattack Targets Safety System at Saudi Aramco

Cyberattack Targets Safety System at Saudi Aramco

One report points to Iran, but the evidence is far from conclusive.
India’s Political Outsiders: From Protest to Politics to Power

India’s Political Outsiders: From Protest to Politics to Power

A new documentary traces an Indian anti-corruption party’s rise to power. But life has not stood still since filming stopped.
Beijing Builds Its Influence in the American Media

Beijing Builds Its Influence in the American Media

How one of America's biggest Chinese-language newspapers amplifies China’s message.
Federal Court Vacancies Are a Crisis. Military Judges Are the Solution.

Federal Court Vacancies Are a Crisis. Military Judges Are the Solution.

A modest proposal to solve a growing problem in America’s judicial system.