America’s post-Cold War strategy failed with Russia — will it fail to limit Beijing’s aggressiveness too?
The new leader of the free world will face a choice — continue the declinism of Barack Obama or reassert America’s global influence
Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State means her reputation is inextricably bound to Obama’s doctrine of retrenchment, but Mark Landler argues her own foreign policy is much more hardline
Can tikkun olam save the world?
The EU’s foreign policy chief is a lightweight
If Britain leaves the EU, the West will be weaker. Geopolitical reality makes the case for staying engaged compelling even for Eurosceptics
IS is just the latest in a long line of Islamist terror groups to attack France. But a study of military history shows how it can be destroyed
My country has been let down by its leaders. The French problem is intractable, but the fightback must begin with enforcing the rule of law
“The West should acknowledge that a ground deployment of sorts is, ultimately, the only way to quash IS”
The President’s supporters call the nuclear agreement his most significant foreign policy achievement. They are right — but for the wrong reasons