Reporters know the president is telling racist lies to rile up his base. Why won’t they just say that?
Saudi Arabia’s apparent assassination of Jamal Khashoggi might have taken inspiration from Russia and North Korea — or Israel and the United States.
The case of Jamal Khashoggi is just one of many reasons for the United States to distance itself from the Saudi regime.
A bloody siege looms over Idlib, the U.S. is digging into the east, and conflict between Iran and Israel may put Syria in the crosshairs.
Trump’s bullying worked with Canada, has half-worked with Iran and North Korea, but has had nothing but malign impact on Israeli-Palestinian relations.
Our leading weapons dealers have developed a business model that feeds on war, terrorism, chaos, political instability, and human rights violations.
The United States is helping Oman militarize its border with Yemen, trapping refugees from the U.S.-backed bombing of the country.
In a nakedly political move, Jeremy Corbyn’s right-wing critics are painting the lifelong anti-racist’s criticism of Israel as anti-Semitic.
Kissinger once said guerrillas won by not losing. Facing a loss themselves, the military adopted the same strategy.
Alliances and rivalries are reshuffling as Asian countries try to make sense of the Trump administration’s belligerent and erratic foreign policy.