The emergence in Congress of a bipartisan view of China as a serious threat to American interests may see the Biden administration take an equally tough stance on Beijing's policies.
Blinken said "no party has a monopoly on good ideas," and he embraced Trump's tough stance in dealing with China.
Biden should maintain and strengthen the broad U.S.-Israel diplomatic, military and intelligence relationship.
In its early stage, and especially if properly appreciated and managed, Saudi/Qatari rapprochement is a gift from the outgoing administration to the incoming one.
The recent tests were a clear message to Iran and its Lebanese proxy, Hezbollah.
Free societies do not appreciate the danger posed by an arrogant and deeply insecure China.
The recognition of Moroccan sovereignty over Western Sahara is not a radical departure from prior U.S. policy; rather, it is a prudent development of it.
It feels like a revolution is happening in the Middle East.
Meng's fate is not something to be bargained away. The mere act of Washington participating in negotiations with her is, by itself, a win for Beijing.
It's time for Saudi Arabia to take control of its future. That starts by normalizing relations with Israel.
The Trump administration effectuated a total sea change on Israel, its adversaries and the adversaries of America.
Israel is putting Iran's nuclear scientists on notice that their chosen vocation could turn out to be downright hazardous to their health.
By ignoring our three thousand-year link to the Temple Mount, the U.N. validates the Palestinian refusal to recognize our right to exist as the world's only Jewish state.
With President Trump all but gone from the White House, and the faltering Joe Biden preparing to move in, it looks as though China's quest for world domination is back on track.
"The United States and the rest of the world will not accept a circumstance in which we do not have an effective public health surveillance system, with an international dimension, in China and across the world going forward," said Jake Sullivan, Biden's NSA nominee.
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.