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Never Call Kim Jong Un Crazy Again

Never Call Kim Jong Un Crazy Again

After the Singapore summit, it isn't just wrong to say the North Korean leader is irrational — it's dangerous.
2018 Career Diplomat of the Year Zeid Raad al-Hussein: Read the Transcript

2018 Career Diplomat of the Year Zeid Raad al-Hussein: Read the Transcript

Zeid Raad al-Hussein serves as the U.N. high commissioner for human rights.
2018 Diplomat of the Year Chrystia Freeland: Read the Transcript

2018 Diplomat of the Year Chrystia Freeland: Read the Transcript

Chrystia Freeland is Canada’s foreign minister and the member of Parliament for University-Rosedale.
China Smells Opportunity in the Middle East’s Crisis

China Smells Opportunity in the Middle East’s Crisis

Beijing is using the region's ongoing woes to solidify its own geopolitical agenda.
Canadian Foreign Minister Sharply Rebukes Trump’s Trade Policy and Worldview

Canadian Foreign Minister Sharply Rebukes Trump’s Trade Policy and Worldview

Chrystia Freeland said Trump was putting his thumb on the scales with tariffs.
Mike Pompeo, Cleanup On Aisle 38

Mike Pompeo, Cleanup On Aisle 38

The secretary of state now has to deal with the fallout of the rushed agreement with North Korea.
In China’s Far West, Companies Cash in on Surveillance Program That Targets Muslims

In China’s Far West, Companies Cash in on Surveillance Program That Targets Muslims

The firms profiting from China's rights abuses are often backed by Western investors.
If Anyone Gets the Nobel, It’s Moon and Kim

If Anyone Gets the Nobel, It’s Moon and Kim

Koreans deserve the credit for peace on the peninsula, not Trump.
Kim Got What He Wanted in Singapore. Trump Didn’t.

Kim Got What He Wanted in Singapore. Trump Didn’t.

The G-7 and Singapore summits have put on display breathtaking strategic incoherence and appalling moral vacuity on the part of the Trump administration.
Trump Appointee Compiles Loyalty List of U.S. Employees at U.N., State

Trump Appointee Compiles Loyalty List of U.S. Employees at U.N., State

Mari Stull’s arrival at the State Department’s International Organization Bureau is triggering an exodus of top career staffers.
Xenophobia Meets Reality in Italy

Xenophobia Meets Reality in Italy

Matteo Salvini is Italy's new hardline anti-migrant interior minister. But his bark may end up worse than his bite.
Ben Rhodes Led From Behind in Life

Ben Rhodes Led From Behind in Life

The Obama staffer's memoirs depict an administration that wanted to change history, but never got past managing crises.
The Slow Rise and Sudden Fall of the G-7

The Slow Rise and Sudden Fall of the G-7

The history of the Group of Seven shows how the West went from a geographic category to a geopolitical group — and back again.
The West Will Die So That Trump Can Win

The West Will Die So That Trump Can Win

America created the postwar order by delaying immediate economic gratification. Those days are over.
North Korea Is Following the Saddam Hussein Playbook

North Korea Is Following the Saddam Hussein Playbook

The big question for the world is whether the United States will now follow its old Iraq playbook, too.

Trump Pardons Another Celebrity Criminal

At the Singapore summit, the U.S. president let Kim off the hook.
At U.N., Russia and U.S. Wage Quiet War Over Appointments to Advance Broader Agendas

At U.N., Russia and U.S. Wage Quiet War Over Appointments to Advance Broader Agendas

Tit for tat battle weakens the United Nations’ ability to enforce sanctions around the world.
Russia Doesn’t Solve Conflicts, It Silences Them

Russia Doesn’t Solve Conflicts, It Silences Them

The Kremlin’s involvement in the Middle East has raised Moscow’s profile while letting underlying tensions fester.
Trump’s Creative Destruction of the International Order

Trump’s Creative Destruction of the International Order

The global system was long overdue for a shake-up. Trump has been happy to oblige.
North Korean Dissidents Lament That Human Rights Are a Non-Issue as Trump Meets Kim

North Korean Dissidents Lament That Human Rights Are a Non-Issue as Trump Meets Kim

The State Department says it will address rights issues at other venues.