It’s time to move beyond the debate between retrenchment and restoration, and imagine a more fundamental reinvention of America’s role in the world.
In southern Syria, the regime, opposition, foreign powers, and local groups navigate a contentious zone of conflict. Any shift in this delicate balance could mean yet another escalation.
The reelection of Polish President Andrzej Duda represents an existential threat to the European Union’s legal order. After more than a decade of talk about conditionality, member states must act now.
An explainer on the disagreement provoked by construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.
How can the United States and the European Union best lead and steward global efforts to prevent natural disasters by protecting our fragile ocean, including its high seas that are owned by no one, but shared by everyone?
Twenty years after Camp David, a one-time negotiator reflects on what was achieved at the historic presidential summit.
Russia’s inaction on climate change could lead to new problems in its relationship with the EU. Its Green Deal, for example, envisages the introduction of an EU carbon border tax, which alarms Russian exporters.
The United Arab Emirates plans a space mission to Mars this week, bolstering the country’s regional power status.
Competition and tension between Washington, Moscow, and Beijing seem all but inevitable, pushed forward by the domestic drivers of foreign policy. But are there prospects for détente or even meaningful episodic cooperation between the three countries on the issues that divide them?
The EU’s foreign policy agenda has changed considerably over the past ten years, but how has this reorientation been perceived globally, and what do other powers expect from the EU?