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Foreign Policy
Apr 15, 2024

World Leaders Urge Restraint as Israel Mulls Iran Response
Attacks from Iranian soil add a fifth theater to Israel's ongoing war.

Foreign Policy
Apr 15, 2024

Iran's Attack Complicates Efforts to Condition U.S. Military Aid to Israel
Calls to curb U.S. support for Israel's war in Gaza over the humanitarian crisis risk being upended by Israel's pressing security needs.

Foreign Policy
Apr 15, 2024

3 Ways Israel Could Respond to Iran
Israeli leaders have vowed to counterattack, but how they do so could jeopardize international support.

Foreign Policy
Apr 15, 2024

America Fueled the Fire in the Middle East
Israel is in growing danger—but the responsibility lies more in Washington than in Tehran.

Foreign Policy
Apr 15, 2024

Why Israel-Iran War Is a Lifeline for Netanyahu
An isolated leader who faced widespread criticism a week ago now has the backing of the West and has deflected global attention from Gaza.

Foreign Policy
Apr 15, 2024

Why Oil Markets Are Calm Despite Iran-Israel Tensions
And why that could change.

Foreign Policy
Apr 15, 2024

It's Time for the World Bank to Break With Tradition
The bank must adopt a new model to alleviate extreme poverty.

Foreign Policy
Apr 15, 2024

Netanyahu Wants War With Iran. Biden Can Prevent It.
Past U.S. presidents rejected Israel's push to strike Tehran, but Biden is falling into his trap.

Foreign Policy
Apr 15, 2024

Washington's Failed Africa Policy Needs a Reset
Instead of trying to put out security fires, U.S. policy should focus on governance and growth.

Foreign Policy
Apr 14, 2024

How Will Israel Respond to the Iranian Attack?
The answer could determine whether the region is heading for all-out war.

Foreign Policy
Apr 14, 2024

‘The Regime' Misunderstands Autocracy
HBO's new miniseries displays an undeniably American nonchalance toward power.

Foreign Policy
Apr 14, 2024

Who's Afraid of the Global South?
Revisiting two 50-year-old U.N. resolutions should help dispel fears about a shifting economic world order.

Foreign Policy
Apr 13, 2024

Iran Begins Retaliatory Attacks Against Israel
The strikes mark perhaps the most dangerous moment in the Middle East in recent years.

Foreign Policy
Apr 13, 2024

Iran Launches Retaliatory Attacks Against Israel
The strikes mark perhaps the most dangerous moment in the Middle East in recent years.

Foreign Policy
Apr 13, 2024

Olaf Scholz Is on a Telltale China Trip
Europe is flexing its muscles with China—but may soon learn if Germany is really on board.

Foreign Policy
Apr 13, 2024

‘Civil War' Succeeds Because Its Politics Make No Sense
The nightmare scenario is extra terrifying because of its dreamy lack of logic.

Foreign Policy
Apr 13, 2024

Republicans Are More United on Foreign Policy Than It Seems
Squabbles over Ukraine aid obscure broader consensus among the party's two major wings.

Foreign Policy
Apr 12, 2024

Brussels Accuses Moscow of Interfering in EU Parliament Elections
Russia allegedly paid far-right lawmakers from six European nations to promote pro-Kremlin propaganda.

Foreign Policy
Apr 12, 2024

What in the World?
Test yourself on the week of April 6: Nicaragua goes to court, Biden hosts a state visit, and Zimbabwe unveils a new currency.

Foreign Policy
Apr 12, 2024

The Economics of Humanitarian Aid to Gaza
Will Palestinians ever recover from the famine and destruction?

Foreign Policy
Apr 12, 2024

The Tragedy of Haiti
The world has let this Caribbean country down for centuries. Will anything change now?

Foreign Policy
Apr 12, 2024

Court Victory Disturbs Malaysia's Balancing Act on Islamic Law
A new federal ruling has Islamists up in arms.

Foreign Policy
Apr 12, 2024

How Mexico's Presidential Candidates Could Reshape Security Policy
AMLO's "hugs, not bullets" approach was more slogan than strategy. Can his successor do better?

Foreign Policy
Apr 11, 2024

Israel Prepares for Iranian Attack in the Near Future
Iran striking from its soil and Israel's response could create a wider regional war.

Foreign Policy
Apr 11, 2024

Biden's ‘Coalitions of the Willing' Foreign-Policy Doctrine
The latest flurry of U.S. diplomacy shows how the president is all about "minilateralism."

Foreign Policy
Apr 11, 2024

How to Defend U.S. Rights to a Million Square Kilometers of Ocean Floor
The U.S. remains an outsider to the maritime treaty it presses on others.

Foreign Policy
Apr 11, 2024

North Korea Is Ghosting the Biden Administration
Experts say it's a question of when, not if, Pyongyang will carry out its seventh nuclear weapons test.

Foreign Policy
Apr 11, 2024

The Chipmaking World Hedges Its Taiwan Bets
Earthquake or not, building semiconductor factories off the island has become a global imperative.

Foreign Policy
Apr 11, 2024

The Question Looming Over Biden's White House Summit: Where Are the Exit Ramps?
As the leaders of Japan and the Philippines present a united front with America, China is getting stronger, too.

Foreign Policy
Apr 11, 2024

U.S. Policy on Venezuela Is Converging
Both Democrats and Republicans recognize the need for a more realist approach to Maduro's government.

Foreign Policy
Apr 11, 2024

America's Flailing Industrial Policy Can Take Lessons From China
Beijing's experiences are a road map for both opportunities and traps.

Foreign Policy
Apr 10, 2024

Biden-Kishida Summit Secures New Defense Cooperation
The United States and Japan aim to counter Beijing's influence in the South China Sea.

Foreign Policy
Apr 10, 2024

How Pakistan Plays Into India's Elections
Allegations that the Modi government orchestrated extrajudicial killings on Pakistani soil will give another boost to the ruling party.

Foreign Policy
Apr 10, 2024

NATO Doesn't Have Enough Troops
For the first time in decades, NATO has a plan to fight Russia. Now it just needs the forces to do it.

Foreign Policy
Apr 10, 2024

U.S. Foreign Aid Is Broken but Fixable
Donald Trump's threats to cut all spending can spur actual changes.

Foreign Policy
Apr 10, 2024

The Islamic State Never Went Away
Terrorism is a tactic, and fighting it requires a concerted strategy.

Foreign Policy
Apr 10, 2024

Togo Readies for Turmoil
The country's president has delayed elections indefinitely, but the political opposition is prepared for a fight.

Foreign Policy
Apr 09, 2024

Swiss Women Win Landmark Climate Victory
The European Court of Human Rights ruled that Switzerland's failure to address climate change violated its citizens' human rights.

Foreign Policy
Apr 09, 2024

China Won't Change Tack on Economic Policy
Beijing's political leadership isn't likely to listen to friendly advice from foreign investors or criticism from foreign officials.

Foreign Policy
Apr 09, 2024

Israel Is Facing an Iraq-like Quagmire
Six months in, there's still no plan for after the war, U.S. officials say.

Foreign Policy
Apr 09, 2024

How a Culture Shift in the Israeli Military Helps Explain Gaza's Death Toll
An execution, a prosecution, and then a backlash.

Foreign Policy
Apr 09, 2024

Everyone Is on Edge for South Korea's Legislative Elections
Conservatives fear extinction, but the opposition is deeply divided.

Foreign Policy
Apr 09, 2024

It's Too Soon for Biden and Kishida to Take a Victory Lap
Three uncomfortable questions still hang over the U.S.-Japan alliance.

Foreign Policy
Apr 09, 2024

Russia's Rosatom Fuels Putin's War Machine
The nuclear company's expanding corporate empire is an urgent target for sanctions.

Foreign Policy
Apr 09, 2024

Ukraine's Cheap Drones Are Decimating Russia's Tanks
But experts say they're not a long-term solution to a lack of artillery rounds.

Foreign Policy
Apr 09, 2024

Germany Doesn't Work Like It Used To
Short-term shocks and long-term trends are strangling Germans' cooperative economy.

Foreign Policy
Apr 08, 2024

Nicaragua Accuses Germany of ‘Facilitating' Genocide in Gaza
Managua urges the International Court of Justice to order Berlin to stop all weapons exports to Israel.

Foreign Policy
Apr 08, 2024

Janet Yellen Has a Three-Body Problem With China
The U.S. treasury secretary blasted Beijing's industrial overcapacity, but it's a tough message to carry off convincingly.

Foreign Policy
Apr 08, 2024

The India Issue
Illiberal, democratic, and rising: How a middle power is reshaping the world order.

Foreign Policy
Apr 08, 2024

4 Books to Understand Modern India
Is the world's most populous country booming or broken?

Foreign Policy
Apr 08, 2024

5 Charts That Explain India
From average incomes to internet usage, New Delhi is still at the point where growth could really take off—or not.

Foreign Policy
Apr 08, 2024

Becoming Indian
A novelist considers how his sense of national identity has changed.

Foreign Policy
Apr 08, 2024

Meet India's Generation Z
The people who will shape the country's next decades came of age during the Modi era.

Foreign Policy
Apr 08, 2024

Is India Really the Next China?
The case for its economic ascent is strong, but government policies still stand in the way.

Foreign Policy
Apr 08, 2024

The New Idea of India
Narendra Modi's reign is producing a less liberal but more assured nation.

Foreign Policy
Apr 07, 2024

How Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn Became Putin's Spiritual Guru
The strange story of a global literary hero who went on to inspire Russia's war on Ukraine.

Foreign Policy
Apr 07, 2024

The Long Cultural Legacy of the Rwandan Genocide
Over 30 years, the event became synonymous with the moral failures of a state-bound foreign-policy order.

Foreign Policy
Apr 06, 2024

America's Next Soldiers Will Be Machines
In future wars, U.S. generals want to send robots to face the enemy's first bullets.

Foreign Policy
Apr 06, 2024

America's New Expression of Soft Power
"Shogun" and "3 Body Problem" show U.S. pop culture can thrive without putting Westerners front and center.

Foreign Policy
Apr 05, 2024

Israel Approves Reopening Key Border Crossings
U.S. pressure to protect aid workers and civilians in Gaza is forcing Israel to address the region's humanitarian crisis.

Foreign Policy
Apr 05, 2024

Who's on the Hook for the U.S. Bridge Collapse?
Rebuilding could cost billions.

Foreign Policy
Apr 05, 2024

China Is Gaslighting the Developing World
Beijing's promises of equality are a guise for hegemony.

Foreign Policy
Apr 05, 2024

It's Debatable's Greatest Hits
In their 100th column, Matt and Emma revisit clashes over Taiwan, Ukraine, Iran—and how to deter an alien invasion.

Foreign Policy
Apr 05, 2024

Can the OAS Protect Peru's Democracy?
The forum has prevented backsliding elsewhere in the Western Hemisphere.

Foreign Policy
Apr 05, 2024

Netanyahu's War Strategy Doesn't Make Any Sense
Even on their own terms, Israel's plans don't add up.

Foreign Policy
Apr 05, 2024

Modi's Messenger to the World
How the diplomat-turned-politician S. Jaishankar became the chief executor of India's assertive foreign policy.

Foreign Policy
Apr 04, 2024

Trump 2.0 Fears Hang Over NATO Birthday Bash
The alliance's 75th anniversary was clouded by concern for the future.

Foreign Policy
Apr 04, 2024

NATO Tries to Trump-Proof Ukraine Aid
NATO wants to help Ukraine for the long term. But Kyiv needs help now.

Foreign Policy
Apr 04, 2024

U.S. Reactors Still Run on Russian Uranium
But Washington and its partners are working to change that.

Foreign Policy
Apr 04, 2024

U.S.-India Ties Remain Fundamentally Fragile
If New Delhi and Washington leave frictions to fester, they could ultimately derail future cooperation.

Foreign Policy
Apr 04, 2024

Big Tech Is Trying to Prevent Debate About Its Social Harms
The industry's "digital trade" strategy seeks to preemptively constrain governments.

Foreign Policy
Apr 04, 2024

Post-Erdogan Turkey Is Finally Here
Last weekend's elections offer a first glimpse of a political future beyond the reigning strongman.

Foreign Policy
Apr 04, 2024

The Steady Hand
Jens Stoltenberg has led NATO through a decade of war, chaos, and Trump. What comes next?

Foreign Policy
Apr 04, 2024

What NATO Needs for Its 75th Birthday
The foreign ministers of Britain and Sweden call on allies to commit to their collective benefit.

Foreign Policy
Apr 03, 2024

Taiwan Struck by Deadly 7.4-Magnitude Earthquake
More than 1,000 people were injured during the island's biggest quake in a quarter century.

Foreign Policy
Apr 03, 2024

Sri Lanka Hones Its Balancing Act
Colombo has demonstrated its own brand of strategic autonomy on issues from Russia's war in Ukraine to China's global footprint.

Foreign Policy
Apr 03, 2024

Did Russia Come Close to Using a Nuclear Device in 2022?
CNN reporter Jim Sciutto on the return of great-power conflict.

Foreign Policy
Apr 03, 2024

What an Effort to Hack Chatbots Says About AI Safety
The White House backed an AI red-teaming exercise last year. The results are in.

Foreign Policy
Apr 03, 2024

How to Get More Aid Into Gaza
A joint international task force could quickly mobilize an emergency system to clear shipments through the Rafah border crossing.

Foreign Policy
Apr 03, 2024

How Will Senegal's New President Govern?
Bassirou Diomaye Faye's agenda has spooked some investors, but power could temper his more radical proposals.

Foreign Policy
Apr 02, 2024

China-Philippines Tensions Heat Up
Saber-rattling in the South China Sea comes as Manila builds alliances in Washington and beyond.

Foreign Policy
Apr 02, 2024

U.S. ‘Outraged' Over Deadly Israeli Strike on World Central Kitchen Convoy in Gaza
Nearly 200 aid workers have been killed in Gaza since the Israel-Hamas war began.

Foreign Policy
Apr 02, 2024

The Problem Isn't Just Netanyahu, It's Israeli Society
Despite blaming the prime minister, a large majority of Jewish Israeli citizens support his destructive policies in Gaza and beyond.

Foreign Policy
Apr 02, 2024

The Problem Isn't Just Netanyahu. It's Israeli Society.
Despite blaming the prime minister, a large majority of Jewish Israeli citizens support his destructive policies in Gaza and beyond.

Foreign Policy
Apr 02, 2024

The Moscow Attack Showed Terrorism Is Asia's Problem Now
Increased geopolitical rivalry is allowing extremist groups to thrive—and threaten everyone.

Foreign Policy
Apr 02, 2024

How the United States Lost Niger
Growing Russian, Chinese, and Iranian influence in the Sahel is testing Washington's clout in an increasingly strategic continent.

Foreign Policy
Apr 02, 2024

The U.N. Security Council's Default Is Deadlock
Countries have used the body's impasse over conflicts in Gaza and Ukraine to advance their own interests.

Foreign Policy
Apr 02, 2024

Ukraine Is Winning the War's Other Front
Against all odds, Ukrainians have been dominating Russia in the Black Sea.

Foreign Policy
Apr 02, 2024

New Hope for Pakistan's Mistreated Workers
Germany's new Supply Chain Act could help curb some of the world's worst labor injustices.

Foreign Policy
Apr 02, 2024

Nobody Actually Knows What Russia Does Next
The West's warnings about Vladimir Putin's future plans are getting louder—but not any more convincing.

Foreign Policy
Apr 01, 2024

Turkey's Opposition Wins ‘Historic Victory' in Local Elections
Erdogan's Justice and Development Party suffers worst electoral defeat in more than two decades of power.

Foreign Policy
Apr 01, 2024

Israel Escalates Shadow War Against Iran
An airstrike in Damascus kills a top Iranian IRGC commander.

Foreign Policy
Apr 01, 2024

Migrants in Russia Are Terrified as Racism Grows After Deadly Attack
Violence and war are shaping Moscow's brutal response.

Foreign Policy
Apr 01, 2024

‘Everything, Everywhere, All At Once': U.S. Officials Warn of Increased Cyberthreats
Washington prepares for a worst-case scenario of attacks on critical infrastructure.

Foreign Policy
Apr 01, 2024

Will Vietnam's Political Turmoil Shake Up Foreign Investment?
The president's abrupt resignation suggests uncertainty, but it should not sow doubt about Hanoi's economy or engagement with the world.

Foreign Policy
Apr 01, 2024

The Economic Thinking of Pope Francis
His critique of capitalism has incensed some church conservatives.

Foreign Policy
Apr 01, 2024

Why Lula Is Silent on Haiti
Brazil's earlier intervention not only failed to secure the Caribbean nation—it is also linked to Bolsonaro's militarization of government.

Foreign Policy
Apr 01, 2024

NATO Is Unprepared for Russia's Arctic Threats
Even with Finland and Sweden, the alliance lacks a capable defense presence in the north.

Foreign Policy
Apr 01, 2024

America Must Act to Prevent a Rwanda-Congo War
The last major war in the Great Lakes region killed more than 5 million people. Only pressure from Washington can stop conflict from erupting again.

Foreign Policy
Apr 01, 2024

Why Poland's ‘Return to Europe' Won't Be So Smooth
Donald Tusk and Radoslaw Sikorski have an ambitious agenda, but they still have to coordinate with a Euroskeptic president.

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