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Beijing’s Propaganda Is Playing the Trade War Safe

Beijing’s Propaganda Is Playing the Trade War Safe

Why China isn’t turning nationalism up to 11—yet.
Iran Still Doesn’t Want an Escalation

Iran Still Doesn’t Want an Escalation

The country may have threatened to walk away from the nuclear deal, but its actions say it may be prepared to stay.
Hong Kong is Set for a U.S.-China Showdown

Hong Kong is Set for a U.S.-China Showdown

A controversial extradition bill has exposed the region’s autonomy as a fiction.
Turkish Democracy Can’t Die, Because It Never Lived

Turkish Democracy Can’t Die, Because It Never Lived

The country’s political system doesn't deserve the laments it’s recently received.
U.S. Sends More Firepower to Counter Iran

U.S. Sends More Firepower to Counter Iran

National security experts warn the two countries may be headed toward a military confrontation.
Iran’s Rhetoric Heats Up

Iran’s Rhetoric Heats Up

Iran responds to U.S. military presence in the Gulf, China and the United States reach a deadlock in the trade war, and what to watch in the world this week.
The Global War on Terrorism Has Failed. Here’s How to Win.

The Global War on Terrorism Has Failed. Here’s How to Win.

Targeting terrorists and their networks brings only temporary success—but the long-term strategy needs to focus on discrediting the ideologies that attract attackers.
Trump Is Letting Orban Walk All Over the United States

Trump Is Letting Orban Walk All Over the United States

It is time to protect U.S. interests by avoiding deals with Hungary.
The World This Weekend

The World This Weekend

U.S. relations with Iran continued to unravel as South Africa went to the polls.
‘Everything Is Calm, and People Are Happy’

‘Everything Is Calm, and People Are Happy’

So says Iraq’s new electricity minister a year after blackouts sparked violent riots across the country.
The 2020 Candidates Aren’t Talking About Foreign Policy. They Need to Start.

The 2020 Candidates Aren’t Talking About Foreign Policy. They Need to Start.

The United States caused many of the planet’s problems and can still unmake them—but only if its politicians face up to the challenge.
The Enduring Mystery of Who Hacked Anthem

The Enduring Mystery of Who Hacked Anthem

A massive breach at the American health insurer was thought to be the work of Chinese spies.
Lukashenko Is ‘Selling Belarus, Piece by Piece, to Russia’

Lukashenko Is ‘Selling Belarus, Piece by Piece, to Russia’

The Belarusian leader may forge a “union state” with Moscow, says former political opponent Andrei Sannikov.
There Is Still Time for Diplomacy With Iran

There Is Still Time for Diplomacy With Iran

The risk of war has risen. But a diplomatic solution remains likely.
Trump’s ‘Madman Theory’ of Trade with China

Trump’s ‘Madman Theory’ of Trade with China

Economist Patrick Chovanec says it could still work, but the president could play a much better hand by bringing in U.S. allies.
FP’s Guide to the Uber IPO

FP’s Guide to the Uber IPO

Six things to read as the company goes public.
Indonesia Floats Yet Another Plan to Move Its Sinking Capital

Indonesia Floats Yet Another Plan to Move Its Sinking Capital

Big plans to relocate from Jakarta keep disappearing into nothing. Will this time be different?
Here’s What a Progressive China Strategy Would Look Like

Here’s What a Progressive China Strategy Would Look Like

Trump’s trade war won’t put Washington on strong footing to compete with Beijing.
China’s New Carrier Shows Beijing Is Done Playing Defense

China’s New Carrier Shows Beijing Is Done Playing Defense

A growing fleet means much bigger regional ambitions.
Erdogan Just Committed Political Suicide

Erdogan Just Committed Political Suicide

By overturning an election in Istanbul, he may have triggered a Turkish Spring.