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A Trump U.N. Pick Tries to Make Up for Anti-Muslim Tweets

A Trump U.N. Pick Tries to Make Up for Anti-Muslim Tweets

Ken Isaacs once proposed building a wall in the Alps to keep out migrants. Trump wants him to lead the world’s principal migration agency.
Why Democracy Doesn’t Deliver

Why Democracy Doesn’t Deliver

Endless elections, unqualified leaders, uninformed voters, and short-term thinking are impeding economic growth.
Don’t Stand So Close To Me

Don’t Stand So Close To Me

Iran’s growing presence in Syria has forced Israel’s security establishment to plan for the worst.
Trump’s Travel Ban Might Be Legal, but It’s Bad Policy

Trump’s Travel Ban Might Be Legal, but It’s Bad Policy

Most terrorists don’t get radicalized abroad; they’re made in the USA.
North Korean Internet Users Shun Facebook and Google for Chinese Alternatives

North Korean Internet Users Shun Facebook and Google for Chinese Alternatives

A new report sheds light on how a tiny fraction of North Koreans browse the open web.
China’s New Aircraft Carrier Is Already Obsolete

China’s New Aircraft Carrier Is Already Obsolete

But it's still a powerful signal of Beijing's ambitions in a post-U.S. Asia.
Erdogan’s Motley Opponents Have United to Take Him Down

Erdogan’s Motley Opponents Have United to Take Him Down

Turkey’s strongman might not be strong enough to survive the early elections he wanted.
Yes, Trump and Kim Can Make a Deal That’s Good for Everyone

Yes, Trump and Kim Can Make a Deal That’s Good for Everyone

If both sides agree on the answers to these three questions, a successful summit just might be possible.
USAID Redesign Moves Forward, With No Drama

USAID Redesign Moves Forward, With No Drama

Unlike ex-Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, U.S. Agency for International Development chief Mark Green has won over his workforce with his reorganization plan.
Why Trump Needs the Swedes in Pyongyang

Why Trump Needs the Swedes in Pyongyang

For decades, Sweden has represented America’s interests in places where the United States has severed diplomatic ties.
Can Obama’s National Security Braintrust Get Elected in the Age of Trump?

Can Obama’s National Security Braintrust Get Elected in the Age of Trump?

Foreign policy alumni are trying to shake of the “D.C. insider" reputation and sail into Congress
The Royal Baby Is Lucky He Wasn’t Born in America

The Royal Baby Is Lucky He Wasn’t Born in America

Everyone in the West, royalty or not, gets better maternal health care than parents in the United States.
How AI Could Destabilize Nuclear Deterrence

How AI Could Destabilize Nuclear Deterrence

A new Rand Corp. report finds artificial intelligence could increase the risk of nuclear war.
Mike Pompeo Needs to Clean Up After Rex Tillerson

Mike Pompeo Needs to Clean Up After Rex Tillerson

The new secretary of state should focus on rebuilding his department.
Merkel Has Disastrously Bungled Her Relationship With Trump

Merkel Has Disastrously Bungled Her Relationship With Trump

The chancellor’s approach has been typical of German foreign policy: moralistic, hypocritical — and completely ineffective.
Sometimes Armenian Protests Are Just Armenian Protests

Sometimes Armenian Protests Are Just Armenian Protests

Not every post-Soviet revolution is about the geopolitics of Russia.
Macron’s Centrism Is Coming Apart at the Seams

Macron’s Centrism Is Coming Apart at the Seams

The French president spent his first year steering his country to the right — and his supporters on the left are starting to wonder what they signed up for.
Bolton’s Pick for Deputy Could Roil Pentagon Relations

Bolton’s Pick for Deputy Could Roil Pentagon Relations

Mira Ricardel clashed with Defense Secretary James Mattis’s team in the early days of Trump’s presidency.
China’s $6 Billion Propaganda Blitz Is a Snooze

China’s $6 Billion Propaganda Blitz Is a Snooze

Beijing’s propaganda works at home, but it can't compete globally.