This arc of transnational partnerships from Greece to India is part of an alliance that includes economic ties and geostrategic discussions about common interests and security, as well as the need for stabilization in the face of terror and extremist threats.
The coalition between the pragmatic Arab states and Israel is off to a running start. It has the potential to expand—in terms of both numbers and influence.
The signing of the Abraham Accords and the reframing of the Arab-Israeli conflict as a localized dispute between Israelis and Palestinians has shattered a policy paralysis and a cycle of failed mediation and negotiations that has lasted for a century.
The hostility of the political establishment, particularly in the realm of foreign policy, to President Trump is proportional to the challenge he poses to its power, privilege and agenda.
With a rapidly transforming Middle East, Kuwait has the opportunity to utilize its change in leadership to shift its diplomatic energies towards staving off Iranian aggression.
Poland and Hungary are important allies of the United States against a decadent global liberalism that has left Western countries shells of their former selves.
Whatever one's views are on Turkey's trajectory, pro or con, America must have Azerbaijan's back.
"The only candidate whose microphone will be open during these two-minute periods is the candidate who has the floor under the rules," the Commission on Presidential Debates said Monday.
It is increasingly apparent that the largest and fastest rising threat to stability and peace in the Middle East is Turkey.
China's conception of multilateralism puts the world at peril.
The Israel-UAE and Israel-Bahrain peace deals represent much more than mere geopolitical developments. There is a deeper and higher resonance.
Will the Palestinian leadership follow the courageous lead of the UAE and Bahrain and finally make peace with Israel?
The so-called "Palestinian veto" is dead.
The Chinese Communist Party ruthlessly seeks to influence and infiltrate us. We best be on guard and act accordingly.
Xi Jingping's desire for regional—and global—hegemony knows no bounds.
It would be very foolish and shortsighted for the U.S. to cede Middle East influence to China.
Relations between Trump and Johnson have always seemed close, with the president calling the prime minister a "British Trump" and even Democratic nominee Joe Biden saying that Johnson was a Trump "clone."
Shinzo Abe has skillfully handled the U.S.-Japan relationship.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, contra his critics, has emerged as an expert peacemaker.
Author, commentator and Newsweek columnist Gordon G. Chang debates NYU School of Law professor and Council on Foreign Relations adjunct senior fellow Jerome Cohen.