The big strategic game in Asia isn’t military but economic.
After 9/11, Washington formed a national commission that made the country safer. It should do the same now.
With Avril Haines and Lloyd Austin confirmed, key officials are starting to offer hints of what’s in store.
Upcoming elections offer an opportunity to turn Iraq around—and contain Iran in the process.
Instead of talking about “binders full of women,” the new president has appointed several key female leaders in the national security agencies—but the U.S. government is still a long way from gender parity.
Republicans should start off on the right foot as we transition into the opposition.
Twitter and Facebook have set a precedent in removing Trump from their platforms—but can they apply the same principle globally?
Biden’s nomination of a retired general to head the Pentagon reinforces a dangerous trend. His confirmation must come with concrete safeguards.
Security expert Erroll Southers speaks with Foreign Policy on the roots of the Capitol assault.
In the global internet economy, India’s tech industry has a leg up on China’s.
The epic SolarWinds hack affecting thousands of government agencies and companies could mark the beginning of the end of the open internet.