Jacob Heilbrunn and Paul Saunders discuss what may be in store for the United States and President Donald Trump.
The utopian belief in a globalized world without borders is dying in the West.
There are hints that China might pursue foreign basing for its submarine force.
Moscow can be an effective mediator in the conflict.
Will a future, formal Trump-Putin summit be a game changer?
The overall trend during the past couple of years has been toward resurgent nationalism and great-power competition under increasingly multipolar conditions.
On November 7, 1917, Lenin and his colleagues staged what amounted to a coup against the hapless Provisional Government.
Principles guiding a strategy are no substitute for an actual strategy whether developed by Washington or by field commanders.
Saudi Arabia has become more assertive, but that doesn't mean it's going to war.
The Saudi government and the Pentagon believe Iran was directly behind the missile launch, even though some Iranian government officials deny any involvement.
Canberra should be worried about the South China Sea instead.
What we’re talking about is fundamentally a prisoner exchange.
McCain is entitled to decry Trump’s terse phone call with Australia, but not to act as though he is the president.
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