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The Middle East Doesn’t Take China Seriously

There are some parts of the world where economic strength isn’t enough to qualify as a great power.

48 Ways to Get Sent to a Chinese Concentration Camp

Something terrible is happening in Xinjiang.

Corruption Is Wasting Chinese Money in Africa

Beijing’s funding could do tremendous good—if Africans fight for their own real interests.

The Oslo Accords Are Dead, but There Is Still a Path to Peace

On the 25th anniversary of the landmark Israeli-Palestinian deal, activists and diplomats should focus on recreating the conditions that made it possible.

John Bolton’s Obsession With the International Criminal Court Is Outdated

If Trump’s advisors are all off giving irrelevant speeches on old preoccupations, who is minding the president?

Trump Doubles Down on War in Yemen

Despite mounting violence, the United States will continue supporting airstrikes against Iran-backed Houthi rebels.

It’s Been 25 Years Since Anyone in Italy Trusted the Government

Italian populism is still fueled by corruption scandals that are over two decades old.

The Future of War

Introducing Foreign Policy's Fall 2018 print edition.

The Algorithms of August

The AI arms race won’t be like previous competitions, and both the United States and China could be left in the dust.
The Return of the Pentagon’s Yoda

The Return of the Pentagon’s Yoda

Can Andrew Marshall, the U.S. military’s longtime oracle, still predict the future?

Why the Military Must Learn to Love Silicon Valley

The U.S. Defense Department and big tech need each other—but getting along won’t be easy
Food Fight

Food Fight

Why the next big battle may not be fought over treasure or territory—but for fish.
Stretched Thin on Thin Ice

Stretched Thin on Thin Ice

With the Arctic melting and northern coast guards struggling to keep up, the next disaster is a matter of when, not if.
Point and Nuke

Point and Nuke

Remembering the era of portable atomic bombs.
The Taliban’s Fight for Hearts and Minds

The Taliban’s Fight for Hearts and Minds

The militants’ new strategy is to out-govern the U.S.-backed administration in Kabul—and it’s working.

Trump’s Trade War With China Is About to Get Supersized

Washington is levying more tariffs, leaving Beijing to retaliate in other painful ways, from Iran to North Korea.

Words of War

Decrypting nine new military programs that will change the face of battle.
In Cyberwar, There are No Rules

In Cyberwar, There are No Rules

Why the world desperately needs digital Geneva Conventions.
The End of the Fighting General

The End of the Fighting General

America’s top brass should abandon dreams of battlefield glory—and focus on paperwork instead.

A Million Mistakes a Second

Ultrafast computing is critical to modern warfare. But it also ensures a lot could go very wrong, very quickly.