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U.N. Brief: Trump Says China Out to Get Him; Venezuela’s Besieged Leader Comes to Turtle Bay

U.N. Brief: Trump Says China Out to Get Him; Venezuela’s Besieged Leader Comes to Turtle Bay

The U.S. president presides over a defiant Security Council that still loves the Iran nuclear deal.

Trump: China Is Out to Get Me

The White House accuses China of engaging in election interference.

U.S. Ramps Up Pressure on Venezuela, But Maduro Keeps Hanging On

The United States has announced new sanctions on Venezuela and may threaten further action—but there’s little sign that will bring the regime down anytime soon.

Did a Terrorist Attack Just Save the Iranian Regime?

After a strike on a military parade, nationalist sentiment is on the rise—and not a moment too soon for a government that was facing deepening discontent.

A Silicon Valley Start-Up That Loves the Pentagon

Google may balk at military contracts, but Hivemapper founder Ariel Seidman believes working with the U.S. Defense Department can help save lives.

Chinese Tourists Are Beijing’s Newest Economic Weapon

Palau is the latest nation to find that offending China means empty hotels.

Syria’s Three Wars

With battles raging in Idlib, near the Golan Heights, and in the country's east, the civil war is far from over.

The Paris Accord Won’t Stop Global Warming on Its Own

The world needs a new alliance of green economic powers to create a low-carbon economic zone.
U.N. Brief: Trump Manages to Unite the U.N. — Against His Isolationist Vision

U.N. Brief: Trump Manages to Unite the U.N. — Against His Isolationist Vision

Trump and Rouhani dismiss prospects for face to face talks for now.

How to Fix the U.N.—and Why We Should

Don’t let major powers such as the United States undermine the liberal international order. Instead, reform it so it works better.

New Sanctions Won’t Hurt Russia

Washington thinks punitive measures will change Moscow’s calculus, but the Russian economy is doing just fine.

It’s Time for Macedonia to Accept Compromise

Voters in the country’s upcoming name-change referendum should not allow nationalist opposition or foreign interference to stand in their way.

Is the Iran Deal Finally Dead?

Europe’s frantic efforts to save the nuclear pact at the U.N. probably won’t work.

Trump Takes Aim at Iran, China, and the Global System in Big U.N. Speech

And draws a rare laugh from world leaders while boasting of his accomplishments.

The Arms Control Believer

Lassina Zerbo isn’t letting the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty go.

Pompeo’s New North Korea Envoy Wades Into Diplomatic Minefield

Stephen Biegun is widely considered a great pick for the job. But it may be an impossible task in the first place.
Taiwan Can Win a War With China

Taiwan Can Win a War With China

Beijing boasts it can seize the island easily. The PLA knows better.

America’s Elite Needs to Get Back in Uniform

Military service is a unifying force in a time of deep division.
You Can’t Treat Tuberculosis With Platitudes

You Can’t Treat Tuberculosis With Platitudes

Washington nearly killed the U.N. anti-TB effort, but it didn't need to. The U.N. will do that itself.

Google Maps Is a Better Spy Than James Bond

Open-source intelligence is a vital tool for governments—and for checking them.