It’s time to restore Transatlantic security relations to their central place in U.S. national security strategy.
When it comes to explaining Russia’s Ukrainian adventurism, the West has attempted to hide behind a wall of myths and hope its problems will just go away.
Follow the money. It shows the way that European financial institutions see their interests regarding Russia and Ukraine.
Mass denationalization of citizens was a vicious aspect of 20th century totalitarian regimes, and it appears to be coming back.
France has Europe’s largest Muslim and Jewish communities. The outbreaks of anti-Semitic violence since the Second Intifada are only the most visible signs of an unstable and fraught situation.
A strong U.S.-Egyptian relationship is necessary for the United States to achieve its many objectives in the Middle East. And permanent estrangement, which looks increasingly likely, is not a foregone conclusion.
Carefully thinking through Russia’s different tactical options for invading Ukraine would have seemed unnecessarily alarmist as little as a few weeks ago. Today, it seems downright prudent.
Supporters of campaign finance reform keep trying to fix our current system from within. But it’s time to change to our campaign finance system itself.
The kingdom’s push against the Muslim Brotherhood could provide an opportunity to move Saudi society away from religious extremism.
Calls to expand NATO are a reckless response to Russian aggression. Taking on new members without committing to their defense risks hollowing out the alliance and handing Putin an easy victory.