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Pentagon plans for cuts won’t change security spending balance
Reality TV has reached the White House. So when will it come to foreign policy?
Iran's Revolutionary Guard gives Islam a black eye.
American tourists have stayed away from Cuba for nearly half a century. Perhaps it is time for a change.
New dynamics in the Middle East are defining a new chapter in Iran-Saudi relations.
Paul Kagame is on track to win a second term as Rwanda's president. But he is increasingly isolated, both domestically and internationally.
If Turkey and Israel break off relations, the damage will spread throughout the Middle East and beyond.
Sophie Richardson conducts a detailed examination of the beliefs driving China's foreign policy decisions.
When we conduct military exercises on China's doorstep, and within range of a clearly unhappy North Korea, we might be unwittingly starting something that we neither want to nor are able to finish.
Christiane Amanpour's international point of view brings out the provincialism in Washington Post TV critic Tom Shales.