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In Europe, the Only Choice Is Right or Far-Right

In Europe, the Only Choice Is Right or Far-Right

As left-wing parties have collapsed, the sole option remaining for voters is conservatism or right-wing populism.
How to Haggle With a Dictator

How to Haggle With a Dictator

Bill Richardson has made eight missions to North Korea to negotiate the release of American captives. He sat down with Foreign Policy to explain how it’s done.
NATO Chief Worried About Fissures Between United States and Europe

NATO Chief Worried About Fissures Between United States and Europe

In an interview with Foreign Policy, Jens Stoltenberg cautioned against a new arms race with Russia.
Can the U.S.-Europe Alliance Survive Trump?

Can the U.S.-Europe Alliance Survive Trump?

Europe and the United States have quarreled before. This time, it’s serious.
Trump Lawyer Met With Qatari Government Official Days Before FBI Raid

Trump Lawyer Met With Qatari Government Official Days Before FBI Raid

Was Michael Cohen seeking to add foreign governments as clients of his consulting business?
Mauricio Macri Was Supposed to Be Different

Mauricio Macri Was Supposed to Be Different

Argentina’s president promised the world he had the business savvy to jump-start the country's economy. He’s ended up begging for a bailout.
Sexpat Journalists Are Ruining Asia Coverage

Sexpat Journalists Are Ruining Asia Coverage

Newsroom predators in foreign bureaus hurt their colleagues — and their stories.
Once Upon a Time, America Supported Palestinians

Once Upon a Time, America Supported Palestinians

The United States is slowly forgetting it was ever committed to Palestinian rights.
Here’s What Trump Should Do Post-Nuke Deal

Here’s What Trump Should Do Post-Nuke Deal

The United States must explain to its allies how withdrawing from the Iran deal fits into a larger strategy for the Middle East.
Trump’s Jerusalem Theatrics Have Dealt A Blow to Peace

Trump’s Jerusalem Theatrics Have Dealt A Blow to Peace

The president's reckless move reversed decades of sensible bipartisan policy. Holding out the possibility of a Palestinian capital in the holy city can keep hope for a negotiated settlement alive.
Saving European Democracy Starts at Home

Saving European Democracy Starts at Home

If French President Emmanuel Macron is serious about pushing back against xenophobic populists, he needs to revamp his own legislative agenda.
China Has Decided Russia Is Too Risky an Investment

China Has Decided Russia Is Too Risky an Investment

The economics of a major oil deal seemed to make sense. But when energy companies are arms of the state, economics aren't the only factor.
On China’s New Silk Road, Democracy Pays A Toll

On China’s New Silk Road, Democracy Pays A Toll

China's vast foreign investment program comes at a sharp cost to human rights and good governance
How Europe Can Block Trump

How Europe Can Block Trump

After Washington exits the Iran deal, U.S. secondary sanctions could harm European companies. EU leaders should retaliate by reviving a tool used successfully in the 1990s.
Netanyahu Needs Conflict to Survive

Netanyahu Needs Conflict to Survive

The more Israel’s prime minister escalates tensions, the more his popularity grows.
Iraq’s Top 10 Potential Prime Ministers

Iraq’s Top 10 Potential Prime Ministers

Will it be the Harvard- and MIT-educated mandarin, the coveralls-wearing man of the people — or someone else the world has never heard of?
Pompeo Lifts Hiring Freeze at State Department

Pompeo Lifts Hiring Freeze at State Department

Diplomats hail the decision as another sign the Tillerson era has ended.
White House Rebuffs U.N. Appeal to Expand North Korea Food Aid

White House Rebuffs U.N. Appeal to Expand North Korea Food Aid

The United States sees private investment in Pyongyang, not aid, as the nuclear deal’s prize.
Leaving the Iran Nuclear Deal Will Have Unintended Consequences

Leaving the Iran Nuclear Deal Will Have Unintended Consequences

Trump's actions may ultimately weaken the strength of sanctions as a tool of U.S. statecraft.
And Now for Some Crises That Are Completely Different

And Now for Some Crises That Are Completely Different

As the Trump administration struggles to keep track of the usual hotspots, major trouble is brewing in forgotten corners of the world.