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Erdogan’s Long Arm in Europe

Erdogan’s Long Arm in Europe

Turkey is seeking influence and votes throughout the EU and spreading ideas that imperil efforts to integrate the Turkish diaspora.
Does America Know Who Its Airstrike Victims Are?

Does America Know Who Its Airstrike Victims Are?

A recent strike in Somalia raises questions about whether Africom investigates civilian casualties.
U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Recalled in ‘Political Hit Job,’ Lawmakers Say

U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Recalled in ‘Political Hit Job,’ Lawmakers Say

Marie Yovanovitch stepping down as ambassador follows attacks from both right-wing media figures in the United States and a senior Ukrainian official.
Trump Deserves More Credit for His Foreign Policies

Trump Deserves More Credit for His Foreign Policies

Obscured by chaos and dysfunction, the White House is pursuing approaches that are better than they seem.
American Held in Moscow Says Arrest Is Retaliation for Russia Sanctions

American Held in Moscow Says Arrest Is Retaliation for Russia Sanctions

Paul Whelan’s letters home only deepen the mystery surrounding his detention.
A Clean President Can’t Govern From Atop a Tainted Party

A Clean President Can’t Govern From Atop a Tainted Party

Voting for the ANC in the hope that its leader can clean house is a leap of faith. Those who looted South Africa’s government won’t give up so easily.
The Future Is Here, and It Features Hackers Getting Bombed

The Future Is Here, and It Features Hackers Getting Bombed

Israeli armed forces responded to a Hamas cyberattack by bombing the group’s hacking headquarters.
How Dangerous Are U.S.-Iran Tensions?

How Dangerous Are U.S.-Iran Tensions?

Washington cites Tehran’s “warnings” in deploying a carrier strike group to the Persian Gulf. The question is whether the threat is real.
If Nobody Knows Your Iran Policy, Does It Even Exist?

If Nobody Knows Your Iran Policy, Does It Even Exist?

The Trump administration’s top foreign-policy priority is the Islamic Republic—but it’s unclear to what end.
Beijing Eyes Afghanistan’s Intimate Wars

Beijing Eyes Afghanistan’s Intimate Wars

Afghan militia members driven from their homes square off against Uighur exiles.
Security Brief: Bolton’s Warning to Iran

Security Brief: Bolton’s Warning to Iran

White House says it will deploy carrier strike group and bomber task force to counter Tehran.
How to Win America’s Next War

How to Win America’s Next War

The United States faces great-power enemies. It needs a military focused on fighting them.
Russia’s Payback Will Be Syria’s Reconstruction Money

Russia’s Payback Will Be Syria’s Reconstruction Money

But international donors—and Bashar al-Assad—aren't playing along yet.

Congress Should Take Back Its Authority Over Tariffs

Legislators must reinsert themselves into the trade policymaking process.
The World This Weekend

The World This Weekend

Venezuela’s political crisis continues to evolve, and protests persist in Sudan.
Vanguards of the Thawing Arctic

Vanguards of the Thawing Arctic

After two decades of war in the desert, Canadian troops must relearn how to operate in the frozen north.
Big Business Isn’t Big Politics

Big Business Isn’t Big Politics

Fears of crony capitalism in the United States are misplaced.
It’s Time for Saudi Arabia to Stop Exporting Extremism

It’s Time for Saudi Arabia to Stop Exporting Extremism

Trump should not waste his opportunity to begin repairing Wahhabism’s trail of wreckage.
How Algerians Ousted Bouteflika

How Algerians Ousted Bouteflika

On the podcast: Algeria’s Arab Spring has been peaceful so far, but its future remains uncertain.
Trump’s Cuba Sanctions Are a Mistake

Trump’s Cuba Sanctions Are a Mistake

Tightening the failed embargo will push Havana into the arms of Beijing and Moscow.