Japan’s political history indicates that the Tokyo election is often a precursor for changes at the national level.
Beijing is incentivizing Mexico City and others in Latin American to rethink their traditional trading relationships.
Russia and the United States are now in a situation where confrontation can twist in ways that are difficult—and possibly impossible—to forecast.
The core concern is what possible White House civil war victor Steve Bannon thinks about Iran.
Jacob Heilbrunn and Daniel McCarthy discuss sanctions, the new chief of staff, relations with Congress and the future of the Republican Party.
A winning strategy in Afghanistan needs to decentralize security, development and governance priorities away from the United States.
In comprehensively punishing Moscow, Washington risks further cleaving itself from senior European leadership.
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