I look at what the presidential contenders are saying about foreign policy. This Week: The demise of arms control agreements ...
Against a backdrop of widespread violence, a record number of voters will look to elect Mexico’s first woman president in a ...
Global risks–including Chinese overcapacity–have increased, but government intervention should seek to minimize trade-offs.
Long-time readers of The Water’s Edge know that for a dozen Memorial Days now I have told the stories of service members who ...
A mass ceremony to marry one hundred girls and young women in Nigeria has been called off after outrage from human rights ...
The latest episode o f The President’s Inbox is live! This week, Jim sat down with David E. Sanger, White House and National ...
A potential second Trump administration would upend Southeast Asia’s preferred strategy of hedging between the United States ...
In his inaugural address, Taiwan’s new president Lai Ching-te signaled broad continuity on cross-strait issues. China, ...
Recurrent deadly encounters between soldiers and civilians across West Africa offer an instructive glimpse into the state of ...
A proposed Japanese takeover of U.S. Steel is facing domestic political pushback that could challenge Biden administration ...
China's third plenum will likely emphasize manufacturing as a tool to remedy domestic economic problems, which may run the ...
Federal debt as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP) is, at 97 percent, at an all-time high. And with annual budget ...