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Investors are Jittery and the Reason is Trump

From the U.S. president’s embrace of tariffs to his war with the Fed, some are calling this the “Trump Slump.”
Poetry for the Masses

Poetry for the Masses

1,200 newly translated poems from Bertolt Brecht offer an unexpected survival guide for difficult times.
The Books We Read in 2018

The Books We Read in 2018

Some of Foreign Policy’s favorite reads of the year.
‘Tariff Man’ vs. the World

‘Tariff Man’ vs. the World

Five Reads: The best Foreign Policy stories of 2018 on global trade.
Drama on Downing Street

Drama on Downing Street

Five Reads: The best Foreign Policy stories of 2018 on Brexit.
Reckless in Riyadh

Reckless in Riyadh

Five Reads: The best Foreign Policy stories of 2018 on U.S.-Saudi relations and the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
This Year’s Essential Deep Dives

This Year’s Essential Deep Dives

Five Reads: The best Foreign Policy long-form stories in 2018.

The Welfare State Is Committing Suicide by Artificial Intelligence

Denmark is using algorithms to deliver benefits to citizens—and undermining its own democracy in the process.

Ever Cagey, Netanyahu Calls an Early Election He’s Expected to Win

The Israeli prime minister looks to get out ahead of legal and security threats to his tenure.

Erdogan’s Anti-Semitism Will Sink Turkey’s Economy

The Turkish president’s racist conspiracy theories are a threat to economic stability.
Goodbye War on Terror, Hello China and Russia

Goodbye War on Terror, Hello China and Russia

Five Reads: The best Foreign Policy stories of 2018 on defense and security.
The Day After the Iranian Nuclear Deal

The Day After the Iranian Nuclear Deal

Five Reads: The best Foreign Policy stories of 2018 on Iran.

The Hazard of Environmental Morality

Efforts to combat climate change should be pragmatic above all else.

Boeing’s Pentagon Takeover

Patrick Shanahan, a former executive for the aerospace giant, is poised to take over for Secretary of Defense James Mattis.

U.S. Sanctions on Iran Will Harm Iraq

Baghdad is heavily dependent on trade with Tehran. Without an exemption from Washington, Iraqis—and the stability of the country—will suffer.

Sanctions Are Just the Beginning for Iran

The economic blow to Tehran will be compounded if it fails to comply with global financial transparency rules.

Mattis Had a Mixed Record

An honorable public servant leaves behind a messy legacy.

France’s Existential Loneliness in Syria

Emmanuel Macron’s responsibilities in the Middle East’s biggest war are about to grow beyond his ability to fulfill them.

How Russian Money Helped Save Trump’s Business

After his financial disasters two decades ago, no U.S. bank would touch him. Then foreign money began flowing in.

Mattis’s Resignation Isn’t a Crisis Yet—But It Probably Will Be

The U.S. secretary of defense was right to resign in protest, but Trump can’t handle the consequences.