Thanks to Russian President Vladimir Putin, NATO’s Madrid Summit takes place this week against the backdrop of a resurgent ...
The war in Ukraine has settled into a grinding fight for yards. Ukrainian and Russian forces are shelling each other with ...
A major source of Ukraine’s resilience is this strong sense of local civic identity. It is the backbone of the country’s self ...
In the heady days after the Cold War, the order appeared both unchallenged and unchallengeable. Washington believed that its ...
TO MANY Americans, probably, the name Newfoundland has long stood for little except large black dogs and codfish. To strategists, however, the island's position at the crossroads of shipping in the ...
Just a few months ago, the war in Yemen looked like one of the most intractable conflicts in the world. After seven years of ...
To the contrary, Nye argued that alongside its military prowess and economic strength, the United States enjoyed a massive ...
U.S. policymakers have been wringing their hands about the Belt and Road Initiative, the massive infrastructure investment ...
The limits of economic power.
Concern is growing in Taiwan, in the United States, and among U.S. allies in Asia that China is preparing to attack Taiwan in ...
That’s the dilemma President Joe Biden is confronting with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia. Since the ...
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine—and the growing antagonism between the United States and China—is threatening to upend that ...