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Blame Trump When Iran Races for the Bomb

Blame Trump When Iran Races for the Bomb

If the United States breaks its end of the nuclear deal, the Islamic Republic's hard-liners are going to want a weapon ASAP.
Seven Years of Syrian Civil War, Through the Eyes of Refugee Children

Seven Years of Syrian Civil War, Through the Eyes of Refugee Children

Photographer Chris de Bode interviewed 7-year-old refugees to mark the seventh year of the Syrian civil war.
The Disappeared

The Disappeared

China's global kidnapping campaign has gone on for years. It may now be reaching inside U.S. borders.
How Not to Pressure Putin

How Not to Pressure Putin

Britain needs strategic patience, not shrill denunciations, to keep Russia in check.
Patriot Missiles Are Made in America and Fail Everywhere

Patriot Missiles Are Made in America and Fail Everywhere

The evidence is in: the missile defense system that the United States and its allies rely on is a lemon.
Merkel’s Military Revival

Merkel’s Military Revival

Germany is poised to become Europe’s first line of defense, but facing down a revanchist Russia will require more spending and better coordination among NATO allies.
Assad’s Divide and Conquer Strategy Is Working

Assad’s Divide and Conquer Strategy Is Working

After months of merciless bombardment, the Syrian regime is now exploiting rebel rivalries to win back Eastern Ghouta.
Britain Has No Clue Why It’s Punishing Russia

Britain Has No Clue Why It’s Punishing Russia

Before you sanction Putin, it would help to know what you're after.
James Mattis Is an Ancient Roman Action Hero

James Mattis Is an Ancient Roman Action Hero

In dealing with President Trump, the defense secretary seems to have done his reading on Emperor Nero.
Syria Is Threatening to Break the Aid World

Syria Is Threatening to Break the Aid World

In a nighttime ride from the Syrian border, the president of the Red Cross describes tensions between his moral principles and the country's political realities.
At the U.N., China and Russia Score Win in War on Human Rights

At the U.N., China and Russia Score Win in War on Human Rights

The balance of power shifts amid a retreat by Trump and Europe.
Congress Sours on Saudi Arabia Over Yemen

Congress Sours on Saudi Arabia Over Yemen

While the White House fetes the kingdom’s crown prince, lawmakers are running out of patience with Riyadh’s catastrophic war in Yemen.
Russia Promises Retaliation After Western Expulsions

Russia Promises Retaliation After Western Expulsions

Moscow even turns to Twitter to ask which consulate to close.
Everyone Loves Israel Now

Everyone Loves Israel Now

There's much more to the Arab world's newfound friendship with Israel than ganging up on Iran.
The Drones are Back

The Drones are Back

Trump has resumed the bombing campaign in Pakistan, but this time it’s targeting the Taliban.

Is Trump Ready to Dump Pakistan?

The White House is talking tough, but previous U.S. presidents never managed to persuade Islamabad to fight Afghan militants.
Bolton Expected to ‘Clean House’

Bolton Expected to ‘Clean House’

The incoming national security advisor aims to ax dozens of White House officials as he dismantles McMaster’s NSC.
Meet Trump’s New, Homophobic Public Health Quack

Meet Trump’s New, Homophobic Public Health Quack

The Centers for Disease Control will soon be run by a military doctor with a long history of pushing discriminatory AIDS policies.
Give John Bolton a Chance

Give John Bolton a Chance

If you squint at Trump’s new national security advisor, you might see some silver linings.
3 Steps Trump Should Take Before Meeting Kim Jong Un

3 Steps Trump Should Take Before Meeting Kim Jong Un

Failure to prepare properly would carry significant risks.