The strategic partnership arrangement has been under discussion since 2016.
Abbas's new NGO decree might trigger the Taylor Force Act, thus ruling out U.S. assistance.
Washington can be a very self-centered town.
Increasingly stringent environmental regulations coupled with offshoring to lower-cost producers have led to the atrophy of domestic mining and refining capacity.
Biden administration officials are fond of saying America is "back." This is true insofar as it means reverting to Obama-era policies.
The nation's longest-serving prime minister has lost ground and is on the ropes—but he could still surprise on March 23.
The days at hand belong to those nations that seize the moment.
The percentage of Americans who see China as the country's "greatest enemy" more than doubled since last year, a new Gallup poll finds.
A new Gallup poll has reported plummeting Republican belief that the U.S. is globally respected and satisfaction in the country's global role.
As it stands right now, the U.S. foreign policy of today is looking eerily familiar to the U.S. foreign policy of yesterday.
Our goal should be to work closely and cooperatively with our friends and allies, and to continue to improve lives, step by step, day by day.
The Chinese foreign ministry says the onus is on Washington to take the initiative and help fix troubled U.S.-China relations.
Simply put, the United States has a binary choice in the Persian Gulf.
The Pew survey found deep partisan divisions, with Republicans lacking confidence in the president on every major foreign policy issue.
Now, there exists a fresh opportunity to forge a lasting peace and to extinguish a lingering conflict in the South Caucasus region.
The escalation is background music intended to produce the right mood of American trepidation.
Faith in multilateralism is at the heart of the mindset of the foreign policy establishment stalwarts who have returned to power in the last month.
We should encourage investment in the growing Arab-Israeli alliance.
Despite its many benefits, the world has also seen strong reactions to globalization. Much of that arises from unequal benefits, between and within societies.
The case against Israel is but a symptom of the politicization of yet another international institution serving to empower the culture of impunity in regimes where there is no means for justice.