By arguing that U.S. troops must police and protect the nations of the world, we dismiss the autonomy of foreign civilians and fail to view them as capable of determining their own political affairs.
A Communist Party newspaper said that "the risk of a full-scale war in the Straits ... is increasing."
As usual in the region, the real action is on the sidelines, where the Biden administration has been undermining Israel and the Abraham Accords to the benefit of Iran.
On March 30, Secretary of State Antony Blinken unveiled the annual State Department report on human rights abuses.
The king of Jordan is a popular figure and a symbol of unity in a very demographically complicated country.
Former President Donald Trump pulled the U.S. out of the 2015 agreement in 2018.
President Joe Biden has talked the talk about pushing back on Chinese aggression, but the real marker of whether his administration is serious about competition with China will be its proposed defense budget.
Washington can be a very self-centered town.
There is a grave danger that Biden's weaknesses will cause America's will and confidence to deteriorate to a point from which a rebound will prove difficult.
Our troops' accomplishments have been squandered as American leaders failed to deliver a realistic vision for how to successfully end the war.
The Iranian regime is shutting down the internet yet again this month—this time in response to the desperate protests in the Baluchistan and Sistan provinces.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian accused U.S. diplomats of making "groundless attacks" against China's foreign and domestic policies.
Iran's ballistic missile program is a serious worry for the U.S. and its allies, and President Joe Biden's administration is facing pressure to roll the issue into nuclear talks.
Clips, shared widely on social media, show China's top foreign affairs chief, Yang Jiechi, clash with Antony Blinken, his U.S. counterpart.
The surge has already reached a 20-year high, and is expected to get even worse throughout the month of March.
Why should America spend its blood and treasure on war, while China reaps the benefits of friendship and peace?
As it stands right now, the U.S. foreign policy of today is looking eerily familiar to the U.S. foreign policy of yesterday.
It was both bizarre and offensive for Kirby to imply that adherents of an entire religious sect support the actions of these militias, which are in fact backed by Iran.
Under Biden's plan, money allotted for Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala, will go to nongovernmental organizations, such as programs for single mothers, youth training or similar groups.
Pew's study also found that a majority of Americans say that the U.S. should work on promoting human rights in China, regardless if it harms economic relations between the two countries.
Just weeks into its tenure, the Biden administration is already executing a profound pivot in the Middle East.
Americans rightly want to honor our principles, advance human rights and not vacate key fields of competition with China. But we don't want to aid an enterprise that undermines the goals it was established to advance.