A year ago, Serbia and Kosovo signed a normalization agreement in the Oval Office. Now, those terms are expiring and Biden could care less.
It turns out that the Hutu leaders who orchestrated the last genocide of the 20th century had ample assistance from the government of France.
Weakness invites aggression, so we should prepare for a tumultuous fall on the world stage. Here’s what to watch for.
What should American veterans, servicemembers, and their families, friends, and countrymen who poured their blood, sweat, tears, and treasure into Afghanistan take away from all this?
Joe Biden and his team cannot duck questions forever. And the questions will only get more difficult with the passing days.
China’s state media is weaponizing the United States’ exit from Afghanistan to threaten war against the island nation of Taiwan.
Upon leaving my Cuban American community, I encountered individuals with no functional understanding of Cuba and the many millions debilitated by the regime.
Unless we explore the root causes, Afghanistan will not be the last of pointless U.S. wars.
What happened to Tesla China should serve as a warning for other American businesses addicted to the size and the potential of the Chinese market.
A viable Taiwan Guard force would be a strong deterrent to Communist China’s aggressive designs aimed at snuffing out Taiwan’s vibrant democracy.
Do American policymakers have any idea what might happen if most of Europe someday considers American cultural influence to be more toxic than Chinese economic influence?
Turning great-power competition into a simplistic struggle between good and evil defies basic realism. Naturally, Biden chose to do so in his first major foreign policy speech.
Britain and India’s vaccine cooperation are part of the continuation of strengthening ties between America, Australia, Japan, India, and the United Kingdom.
Wednesday morning, Chinese police arrested dozens of pro-democracy politicians in Hong Kong who orchestrated the city’s opposition movement.
Under no scenario would a unified European Union aligned with China be in the interest of America. Indeed, a united EU might not be a friend but a foe.
On Christmas Eve, negotiators for the government of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the European Union announced they had reached an agreement in principle on a trade deal.
While from an American perspective this might seem like good news, the reality is that a faltering China might also be a dangerous China.
The United States needs to get back to its realist roots and prudently let China overstretch and, if possible, engage in fruitless and attritional armed conflict.
The Trump administration will slap Iran with more sanctions for illegally giving weapons and oil to terrorist groups and dangerous countries.
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