After AUKUS, the French face the same fate on the world stage as the British unless they pursue EU strategic autonomy led from Brussels rather than Paris.
Three Germans are running to replace Angela Merkel—but it's someone else who might end up with the most influence.
The Beijing-backed law is now used to crush dissent across the board.
New polling shows that Europeans think a struggle between Washington and Beijing is unavoidable—but want no part of it.
A similar rapid collapse of state institutions awaits if Somali elites and Western governments don’t alter their approach.
U.S. allies have already taken the initiative on regional issues. Insisting on a package deal could permanently derail nuclear talks.
Slow shifts in the Russian electorate are making dominance harder—so United Russia is changing the rules.
Whether snubbing allies, abusing tariffs, or expelling refugees, the Biden administration at eight months looks little changed from Trump’s.
China is bullying Lithuania. The EU and NATO should push back.
The U.S. president appointed longtime staffers to his most powerful foreign-policy roles—and is now suffering the consequences.
Paris doesn’t speak for Europe, but it can disrupt transatlantic ties.