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In Chinese Spy Ops, Something Old, Something New

Indictments reveal how Beijing mixes traditional spycraft with cyberespionage to steal U.S. technology.

Sri Lanka’s Homegrown Crisis

The constitutional chaos is rooted in domestic politics, not geopolitical machinations.

Watchdog Warns of Islamic State Resurgence

The Pentagon’s inspector general sounds the alarm amid new violence in Syria.
‘There Is an American Imprint on Every Single Civilian Death Inside Yemen’

‘There Is an American Imprint on Every Single Civilian Death Inside Yemen’

Sen. Chris Murphy believes that Jamal Khashoggi’s killing could sway Congress to end U.S. support for the Saudi-led war.
The Trade War Inside the Democratic Party

The Trade War Inside the Democratic Party

They've won the House, but can Democrats find a common front against Trump’s trade policy?

U.S.-Turkish Ties May Be Cut for Good in Syria

The two countries are trying to work together in Manbij, and it isn’t going well.

Halfway Isn’t Good Enough on Human Rights

Myanmar and Sri Lanka were praised for minimal progress. Now it’s all falling apart.

Security Brief: Watching for Election Meddling in Midterms; Iran Sanctions Return

Everything you need to know about how influence operations against the election are strangely quiet and how Washington is struggling to implement its pressure campaign against Tehran.

There’s No Plan B for Port Security

Privatization and automation have left global shipping fatally exposed.

When Georgians Go Low, Other Georgians Go Lower

A young democracy in the Caucasus has adopted a very aggressive style of campaigning.

The Foreign-Policy Establishment Reeks of Desperation

After years of failure, elites have only name-calling left.

Not Just Bombs but Economic Warfare

On the podcast: How a Saudi-led campaign has starved Yemen’s children.

U.S. to Allow Some Iranian Oil Sales—For Now

With sanctions kicking in Monday, the administration still aims for zero oil exports from Iran but wants to avoid spiking price of crude.
Netanyahu Envoy Throws Midterm Lifeline to Republicans

Netanyahu Envoy Throws Midterm Lifeline to Republicans

The Israeli prime minister is riling Democrats by bedding down with Trump.
How House Democrats Plan to Investigate Trump’s Russia Ties

How House Democrats Plan to Investigate Trump’s Russia Ties

Gains in the congressional election next week would give Democrats crucial subpoena power.

The New Front in Yemen’s Civil War Is Jamal Khashoggi

Yemenis can’t stop talking about the journalist’s murder.

Trump Considers Diplomatic Novice for U.N. Ambassador

The U.S. president says State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert is under serious consideration.
Deflecting and Deal-Making: Trump’s Plan if Republicans Lose the House

Deflecting and Deal-Making: Trump’s Plan if Republicans Lose the House

In the boardroom and in the White House, the U.S. president has followed the same script.

For Them, Afghanistan Is Safer Than China

Persecution in Xinjiang is pushing Uighurs over the border.
How Do You Say ‘Fake News’ in Russian?

How Do You Say ‘Fake News’ in Russian?

Russian news sites portray the U.S. presidential election as a prelude to civil war.