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China’s Global Dreams Give Its Neighbors Nightmares

China’s Global Dreams Give Its Neighbors Nightmares

From Russia to Central Asia, Beijing's Belt and Road Initiative triggers bad memories of Chinese imperialism.
Security Brief: White House Sends Mixed Messages on North Korea Talks

Security Brief: White House Sends Mixed Messages on North Korea Talks

The Trump administration can't get its message straight on talks with North Korea.
The Trump-Kim Summit Won’t End Well

The Trump-Kim Summit Won’t End Well

This is no way to run nuclear diplomacy.
Trump Is the Peacemaker Korea Has Always Needed

Trump Is the Peacemaker Korea Has Always Needed

Stop talking about the president's temperament, and start judging him by his results.
How Aleksandar Vucic Became Europe’s Favorite Autocrat

How Aleksandar Vucic Became Europe’s Favorite Autocrat

The EU is undermining its credibility by choosing stability over democracy in Serbia

A Brief History of Attempted Russian Assassinations by Poison

Russian security services appear to be increasingly targeting dissidents and renegade spies for death by poison.
Trump’s War on Europe Is Revving Up

Trump’s War on Europe Is Revving Up

It was only a matter of time until the U.S. president's anti-EU views did damage.
Two Cheers for European Defense Cooperation

Two Cheers for European Defense Cooperation

The EU's new military plans aren't a problem for the United States — they're an opportunity.
Candidate Haley

Candidate Haley

The portrait that emerges is of a retail politician turning U.N. diplomacy into a ticket to the White House.
The E.R.: The State Department’s #MeToo Moment

The E.R.: The State Department’s #MeToo Moment

Beginning with film producer Harvey Weinstein, wave after wave of stories have taken on men in every industry: from newsrooms to Hollywood to Silicon Valley. Now, it's the State Department's turn.
Trump Knows the Best Trade Wars. The Very Best.

Trump Knows the Best Trade Wars. The Very Best.

What better way to boost national security than to tick off all your allies?
Making American Bureaucracy Terrible Again

Making American Bureaucracy Terrible Again

The Trump administration's petty corruption will have a clear legacy: more red tape for years to come.
The Most Dangerous Man in Europe Is Jens Weidmann

The Most Dangerous Man in Europe Is Jens Weidmann

The front-runner to lead Europe’s central bank doesn't seem to believe in central banking.
U.N. Sexual Assault Investigations Die in Darkness

U.N. Sexual Assault Investigations Die in Darkness

Leaked reports reveal the organization's faulty forensics on sexual misconduct — and the culture of impunity they produce.
Putin and Xi Are Dreaming of a Polar Silk Road

Putin and Xi Are Dreaming of a Polar Silk Road

The Northern Sea Route might not be the next Suez Canal, but it’s at the heart of Moscow and Beijing’s play for the high north.
Steeling for a Fight

Steeling for a Fight

Trump's threatened tariffs won't hurt China. They'll goad the EU to retaliate and could spark a global trade war that won't end well for anyone.
Chinese Students in America Say ‘Not My President’

Chinese Students in America Say ‘Not My President’

Young overseas Chinese make a rare show of dissent against Xi Jinping's power grab.
The Italian Center-Left Didn’t Collapse. It Never Existed.

The Italian Center-Left Didn’t Collapse. It Never Existed.

A party with no sense of what it stood for was doomed from the start.
Giggling at the Gulag

Giggling at the Gulag

"The Death of Stalin" turns tyranny into comedy.
Trump Eyes Retired Diplomat for Top Africa Envoy Role

Trump Eyes Retired Diplomat for Top Africa Envoy Role

The decision comes as Tillerson departs on his first tour of the continent as secretary of state.