Can Congress really put the brakes on U.S. support for the Saudis in Yemen?
The country’s current predicament was centuries in the making.
Manila may be warming to Beijing, but not enough to solve China’s maritime access problems.
Canada’s debt is piling up, making it more vulnerable to a recession and less likely to snap out of one quickly.
Jair Bolsonaro hopes to pull the country out of economic crisis and political scandal with ambitious reform initiatives. It won’t be easy.
To blame the polarization and violence that seem to characterize this moment in American history on one man isn’t just intellectually lazy, it’s incorrect.
New Delhi is boosting its defense presence across the Indo-Pacific, as Beijing’s footprint also grows.
Beijing’s interest in the Caribbean and Central America has gotten Washington’s attention.
History suggests the conventional wisdom about demographics and national power may be wrong.
The economic cost is likely tolerable, but there’s a bigger issue at stake.
The challenges of energy storage are reshaping global competition.
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