Restoring Christian religious communities and other minorities in Iraq will foster stability and enhance development.
President Trump’s new war Cabinet picks risk pushing the United States toward devastating wars.
International justice is at a critical crossroads, offering a perfect moment to examine its key accomplishments, shortcomings, and challenges moving forward.
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President Trump has proposed an unnecessarily large increase in the defense budget that will actually weaken national security.
Turkish politics is dominated by amorphous questions of identity, rather than tangible questions of public policy.
U.S.-India task force co-chairs, former Indian Ambassador to the United States Nirupama Rao and former U.S. Ambassador to India Richard Verma, discuss the five greatest opportunities and challenges facing the partnership in the coming decade.
President Erdoğan has clearly expanded the place of Islam in Turkish society, but today's Turkish nationalism has deep historical roots.
Donald Trump's finances are almost hopelessly opaque, exacerbating concerns that the wealthiest president in American history—and the first in decades not to meaningfully divest from his business holdings—may be even more financially compromised than is already thought, and in ways that may impact his decisions in office.
The Trump budget aims to eviscerate U.S. diplomacy and development programs, putting Americans directly in harm's way.
Security threats and populist leadership have left Turkey in a defensive crouch and driven the emergence of a new, conservative nationalism.
A new CAP study finds broad consensus among Turks about the dimensions of Turkish national identity and the nation's relationship to the rest of the world.
Don’t Turn Back the Clock: Tillerson Should Advance the U.S.-Latin American Partnership Into the 21st Century
Hemmed in by nativism and mercantilism, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson inexplicably seeks to revive the Monroe Doctrine.
Michele and Igor speak with Daniel Ellsberg, most notable for leaking the Pentagon Papers in 1971, as well as Michael Fuchs about the U.S. nuclear arsenal and President Trump's sudden reversal on his pick of Victor Cha to be the U.S. envoy to South Korea.
Following Taiwan’s 2016 elections, Beijing has chosen the path of provocation in cross-Strait relations, undermining East Asia’s already fragile peace.