China’s crackdown on Hong Kong is part of a broader pattern of aggression by Iran, Russia and North Korea.
A Cold War lesson: Authoritarian, Leninist regimes put self-interest ahead of altruism.
The U.S. hoped bringing Beijing into international organizations would change it for the better, but the opposite is happening.
Nations must look past short-term calculations of parochial advantage.
Four lessons from the Soviet era apply as the U.S. plans potential responses to Russian aggression.
The democratic world survived 2008's crash, but it might not be so fortunate this time.
The Russian leader's foreign policy is transactional, shortsighted and often counterproductive
Global leaders must build a reputation for basic truthfulness, good faith and responsible stewardship.
Contrary to claims of anti-American backlash, a study finds that the military is a great brand ambassador.
Now that impeachment is over, we can get back to why keeping Russia at bay is a key element of foreign policy.