As a potential armed conflict looms, one expert takes a look at the sanctions that have been most devastating to innocent civilians.
The move is expected by analysts to further diminish America's "soft power."
On the heels of peace talks between the Taliban and U.S. government, a new U.N. report finds increased violence at the hands of ISIS.
Omar al-Bashir is facing his most serious domestic challenge of his presidency, but the international community continues to back his leadership—despite his violent past.
How can a country that spends so much on its military be at such a disadvantage?
The United States has, over the years, weakened several important norms and signals that may have discouraged the violent actions of the Saudi government.
The Chinese Communist Party is exploiting and exporting technological innovations to establish a panoptic form of governance—one through which it becomes possible for the state to constantly monitor individuals.
Recently released disclosure forms from Aryeh Lightstone, top aide to ambassador David Friedman, reveal his connections to groups that have advocated for pro-Israel policy.
The U.S. is effectively fighting both sides of Yemen's ongoing civil war, with no clear definition of what victory looks like.
Despite the ongoing ascension of non-state armed groups in the Middle East, the U.S. military seems to be pivoting to a power competition against Russia and China.
Here's what the U.S. stands to lose in a trade war.
A foreign policy expert weighs in on the promises made between Moon Jae-in and Kim Jong-un, and where the world goes from here.
Foreign governments, taking a page from the Russian election playbook, have begun to realize the outsized impact subliminal social media campaigns can have on Americans. Have social media campaigns become the new lobbying de rigueur?
Analysts around the globe caution such a move would put any peace talks between Israel and Palestine at risk.
First Washington went after the nuclear deal, now it wants Iran-backed defenses against ISIS out of Iraq.
The United States has proposed several changes to the trade agreement, most of which appear to be aimed at reducing the U.S. trade deficit.