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It’s No Longer Just a Trade War Between the U.S. and China

Vice President Pence’s fierce attack and allegations of tech spying escalate the conflict.

Trump Considers Firing Air Force Chief Over Space Force Pushback

The president appears to be tired of Pentagon officials slow rolling his orders.

Remember South Sudan? Washington Would Prefer Not to

Its freedom fighters have turned into brutal oppressors, and it is near to becoming another failed state, despondent U.S. supporters say.

Changing Global Gender Norms Is Possible

What India can show the United States about how to disrupt rape culture.

Tougher U.S. Sanctions Will Enrich Iran’s Revolutionary Guards

As the economic noose tightens on the Iranian economy, smugglers will thrive and the IRGC will be the first to profit.

China’s Influence Operations Are Pinpointing America’s Weaknesses

From Iowa to Louisiana, Beijing has mapped out the pressure points of U.S. politics.

Is the Trade War About to Become a Currency War?

Some experts figure Beijing might risk further driving down the renminbi against the dollar.

The Problem Isn’t Fake News From Russia. It’s Us.

Propaganda has long affected elections around the world because publics have an appetite for it.

China Is Treating Muslims Like Drug Addicts

Extralegal camps in Xinjiang are modeled on the country’s internment of drug users.
A New Cold Front in Russia’s Information War

A New Cold Front in Russia’s Information War

As NATO’s footprint grows in Norway, Moscow may be using an espionage case to inflame the country’s internal divisions.
The World’s First Immigration Economy

The World’s First Immigration Economy

Australia’s economy is addicted to immigration, requiring ever-increasing infusions of new people to stave off an inevitable collapse.

A Story of Leadership and Fatal Missed Opportunity

A review of Prudence Bushnell’s new book on the 1998 U.S. Embassy bombings.

Immigrant Labor or Working Mothers?

Countries facing labor shortages tend to focus on one or the other—but it doesn’t have to be a choice.

Jeremy Corbyn Has a Soft Spot for Extremists

The British Labour leader misses no opportunity to condemn the West, but he’s full of praise for violent revolutionaries.

Theresa May’s Government Is Steering Britain Toward an Iceberg

The Conservative Party's negotiating strategy is premised on telling the EU one thing and British voters another. Doublespeak won't deliver a deal; it will lead to economic and political disaster.

Pentagon Accuses China of Dumping Products to Undermine U.S. Security

Study calls out Beijing for using underhanded trade practices that hurt the U.S. defense industry.

Trump Stealthily Seeks to Choke Off Funding to U.N. Programs

Leaked emails and behind-the-scenes battles show how the administration, after failing to slash congressional aid, used bureaucratic levers to stifle money flows.

Is China Really Meddling in U.S. Elections?

So far little evidence supports President Trump's claim.

The Taming of the Palestinian Authority

Israeli influence over Palestinian finances has driven a wedge between PA leaders and their supporters.

The Fight Against Terror Needs Better Data

The case of Tunisia shows that the anger of disappointed middle-class youths is driving radicalization more than poverty or unemployment.