Attack on Saudi oil facility reminds us of the distorting effect of the Middle East on American politics.
It is becoming increasingly apparent that Trump will start a war in 2020 as his first term season finale, Greg Camp writes. [Read now...]
Tensions in the Gulf are a stark reminder of the choices ahead for the UK on security cooperation after Brexit. [Read now...]
China/Hong Kong — One country, two systems, and the impossibility of compromise with authoritarianism.
If we value anything beyond wealth, continuing to tolerate China’s behavior without consequences undermines who we claim to be, Greg Camp writes. [Read now...]
The UK Court of Appeal ruled that the British government did not properly assess whether Saudi Arabia had violated international law. Here is what this means for the arms trade. [Read now...]
For as long as Donald Trump is in office, the modern trading system will be strained, but do the United States really want the world to deal in trading blocs? Rashmee Roshan Lall asks. [Read now...]
A little tale about dinner in Abilene and the Trump Administration’s Iran policy. [Read now...]
On what a post-American world order could look like, according to Daniel Drezner. [Read now...]