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Washington Needs a New Solarium Project To Counter Cyberthreats

Washington Needs a New Solarium Project To Counter Cyberthreats

President Eisenhower confronted the unprecedented nuclear threat of the 1950s with a novel exercise. The United States needs a similar approach to tackle today's cyber threats.
Erdogan Has Mastered Democracy

Erdogan Has Mastered Democracy

For all the deserved criticisms of Turkey's president, the man knows how to win an election.
America’s Uncivil Protests Are Straight Out of Latin America

America’s Uncivil Protests Are Straight Out of Latin America

Donald Trump’s domestic critics are following South America’s successful anti-strongman playbook.
Kushner’s Peace Plan Is a Disaster Waiting to Happen

Kushner’s Peace Plan Is a Disaster Waiting to Happen

The last thing Israelis and Palestinians need now is another failed blueprint. Stabilizing Gaza is more important.
Security Brief: Fight Brewing Over Turkish F-35; Trump Backs Space Force

Security Brief: Fight Brewing Over Turkish F-35; Trump Backs Space Force

Trump is headed for a collision with Congress and military leaders after backing space force.
Mohammed bin Salman Has Thrown the Palestinians Under the Bus

Mohammed bin Salman Has Thrown the Palestinians Under the Bus

The United States and Arab governments have abandoned the Palestinian cause and believe they can browbeat Mahmoud Abbas into submission.
Total Denuclearization Is an Unattainable Goal. Here’s How to Reduce the North Korean Threat.

Total Denuclearization Is an Unattainable Goal. Here’s How to Reduce the North Korean Threat.

The United States and South Korea must help Pyongyang convert its military nuclear complex for civilian use.
Xi Jinping Is the World’s Most Powerful Soccer Coach

Xi Jinping Is the World’s Most Powerful Soccer Coach

China's team is a national embarrassment — but the party chairman has big plans for the game.
For Serbs, Switzerland Isn’t Neutral

For Serbs, Switzerland Isn’t Neutral

Serbia’s nationalist soccer fans hoped to restore their national pride by beating a Swiss team led by Kosovar stars. Instead, the Kosovo-born Xherdan Shaqiri handed them a humiliating defeat.
Read FP’s Coverage of Sunday’s Elections in Turkey

Read FP’s Coverage of Sunday’s Elections in Turkey

Turks will vote to elect not only a president but also a parliament—a first in the country’s history.
Erdogan Is Making the Ottoman Empire Great Again

Erdogan Is Making the Ottoman Empire Great Again

Turkey is leveraging tradition to expand its power in Europe — but the history cuts both ways.
The Countries Where F-35 Sales Are Taking Off

The Countries Where F-35 Sales Are Taking Off

Tracking the growing global fleet of stealth fighters.
He Feared the CIA Would Delete a Document Detailing Its Torture Program. So He Took It.

He Feared the CIA Would Delete a Document Detailing Its Torture Program. So He Took It.

On our podcast: A Senate investigator who exposed the agency’s torture secrets tells his story.
The Quiet Death of Tillerson’s ‘Redesign’ of State

The Quiet Death of Tillerson’s ‘Redesign’ of State

Overhauling Foggy Bottom was once a centerpiece of the Trump administration’s reforms. Where did those plans go?
Latin America’s Center Cannot Hold If It Doesn’t Exist

Latin America’s Center Cannot Hold If It Doesn’t Exist

Mainstream establishment parties across the continent have been replaced by populists offering easy and empty answers.
Xi and Kim’s Marriage of Convenience

Xi and Kim’s Marriage of Convenience

The Chinese president is briefed on the Singapore summit during the North Korean leader’s third state visit.
Russia’s Muslim Strongman Is Winning the World Cup

Russia’s Muslim Strongman Is Winning the World Cup

Ramzan Kadyrov is using sports diplomacy to bolster his image.
Don’t Trust Anybody About Turkey’s Elections

Don’t Trust Anybody About Turkey’s Elections

The one thing that's clear about Erdogan's re-election bid is that everything is unclear.
OPEC Agrees to Boost Oil Output

OPEC Agrees to Boost Oil Output

The oil cartel vowed to add 1 million barrels a day to markets. It won’t add quite that much.
The West Is Letting Libya Tear Itself Apart

The West Is Letting Libya Tear Itself Apart

Calling for elections in the absence of stable institutions while competing for diplomatic and economic influence won’t rebuild the country — it will destroy it.