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The Women Who Came Forward

The Women Who Came Forward

In 2017, what started as a trickle became a waterfall, as women across the world began sharing stories of sexual harassment and assault as part of the #MeToo campaign.
FP’s 2017 Leading Global Thinkers

FP’s 2017 Leading Global Thinkers

2017 was a year of reckoning. These minds found remarkable ways not just to rethink our strange new world but also to reshape it.
SitRep: New Trump National Security Strategy Wrapped Up

SitRep: New Trump National Security Strategy Wrapped Up

New fighting in Yemen may have claimed former president, Pentagon buildup not looking good
In Return to Cold War Posture, U.S. Sending Sub Hunting Planes to Iceland

In Return to Cold War Posture, U.S. Sending Sub Hunting Planes to Iceland

NATO and the United States are confronting years of neglect of their submarine-detecting capabilities, while Russia has pulled even.
Trump Boycotts U.N. Migration Talks

Trump Boycotts U.N. Migration Talks

The White House’s ‘America First’ policymakers see little gain in setting the global rules for migration.
Hell Hath No Fury Like a Former British Colony Scorned

Hell Hath No Fury Like a Former British Colony Scorned

The U.K.'s biggest hurdle to a successful Brexit is the small country next door.
Mike Flynn Pleads Guilty to Lying to FBI, Is Cooperating on Russia Probe

Mike Flynn Pleads Guilty to Lying to FBI, Is Cooperating on Russia Probe

The former national security adviser was asked by Trump team officials to make contact with the Russians.
How Not to Fix the U.N. Human Rights Council

How Not to Fix the U.N. Human Rights Council

The Trump administration wants reform. But putting Israel above all other priorities is a big mistake.

Proposed U.S. Cuts to AIDS Funding Could Cause Millions of Deaths: Report

While the Trump administration praises its progress on the AIDS fight, health campaigners warn they are making the fight that much harder.
The reflective leader: A major lesson from the memoirs of U.S. Grant

The reflective leader: A major lesson from the memoirs of U.S. Grant

Grant's memoirs show that self-awareness and honest reflection are crucial to leadership
War and Reconstruction: Ron Chernow’s marvelous new biography of U.S. Grant

War and Reconstruction: Ron Chernow’s marvelous new biography of U.S. Grant

In the years following the Civil War, the American south descended into chaos.
SitRep: Tillerson Still in; The Pentagon’s Magic Numbers in Syria

SitRep: Tillerson Still in; The Pentagon’s Magic Numbers in Syria

U.S. looks to fly armed drones in Niger; privatizing covert ops; and lots more
How to Move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem

How to Move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem

And what it means, legally, if Trump does.
Donald Trump Is Singlehandedly Wrecking the Special Relationship

Donald Trump Is Singlehandedly Wrecking the Special Relationship

America has no greater friend than Britain. Or had.
Rational Security on The E.R.: The “Power of Delusional Thinking” Edition

Rational Security on The E.R.: The “Power of Delusional Thinking” Edition

Mike Flynn may be cooperating with Mueller’s investigation, but the president thinks there’s nothing to worry about.
This Is How Every Genocide Begins

This Is How Every Genocide Begins

Why Trump’s most un-American moment can’t be overlooked.
Sisi Doesn’t Know How to Beat ISIS

Sisi Doesn’t Know How to Beat ISIS

Egypt’s brute-force approach to counterterrorism isn’t working in Sinai.
Rexit: Secretary of State Tillerson Could Soon Get the Boot

Rexit: Secretary of State Tillerson Could Soon Get the Boot

Reports suggest Trump is mulling replacing the embattled secretary of state with CIA head Pompeo, and putting Sen. Tom Cotton at CIA.