Erdogan's depiction of Turkey as a bastion of anti-imperialism is not new—though it is an increasingly common theme of Turkish propaganda.
It will be in both countries' best interest if Bennett tells Biden privately—but directly—what the latter's administration is doing wrong.
Instead of bombing our way into minimal gains—and mostly losses—for decades, the United States should instead remove all American soldiers from the Middle East and invest in policies that help the people of the region root out corruption, gain jobs and clean the land, air and water.
The end of this war was always going to be as murky as its logic. What have we been trying to do?
Were the protests to topple the regime, the benefits could prove transformative within and beyond Cuba.
"Tears will never dry from my eyes. My heart will always continue bleeding. But we can't let the president die a second time," Haiti's first lady Martine Moïse said.
Hagerty said that at the core of people's fears, "America is hungry for strong leadership."
Is it wise to pit every democracy against every autocracy and turn the complicated game of geopolitics into a simplistic, zero-sum existential struggle?
In the wake of the G7 summit it appears that President Joe Biden is taking steps to join together with fellow democracies to stand up to China.
The United States sent 2.5 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines to Taiwan on Sunday—more than triple its initial commitment—as Taiwan fights off an upswing in cases.
On a Friday afternoon, the White House hoped that no one would notice that Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin ordered the drawdown of troops and military materiel from the Middle East.
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Last week, a slim majority of Peruvians voted Pedro Castillo, a rural school teacher, to be their next president.
The American president made it clear that he would side with the U.S. over Russia and every other nation, unlike the unexpected comments that came from Trump after his own summit with Putin in 2018.
While promoting democracy and good governance may sound like a thing of the past, Western democracies—especially in Europe—need to get serious about defending themselves against kleptocrats and their cronies.
A Foreign Ministry spokesperson said that China "expresses strong dissatisfaction" about the visit by the three senators.
The Iranian strategy in Vienna is obvious: wield the threat of nuclear escalation to extort tens of billions of dollars in sanctions relief and win tacit permission to forge ahead on nuclear R&D.
The era of "maximum pressure" on Iran evidences the fact that power does not always translate into leverage, and that too bold a display can lead to exhaustion and futility.
The images of Israel's Iron Dome missile defense system deployed against thousands of Hamas rockets fired from Gaza made clear that effective missile defense is a matter of life and death.