The first fallout of COVID-19 is the deepening of tensions between the United States and China.
Africa still seems to be at the bottom of President Trump’s priority list.
Maintaining sanctions on Zimbabwe when the country has taken a reform trajectory not only shows the insincerity of U.S. concerns, but reveals a more sinister agenda.
Iraq has become a deeply ingrained source of Iran’s regional influence, its very own playground and golden goose combined.
The bedrock of the relationship is simple enough: India and the U.S. share a remarkably similar vision of how they would like the world to evolve in the coming decades.
On a pragmatic level, it may be the only possible exit from a war that many experts believe cannot be won.
Because he is accustomed to lying, cheating and stealing, Pompeo assumes that other people act like him as well.
Trump, a reckless opportunist, and his administration would even strike the White House so it could point the finger at Iran.
Washington is failing to knit together an anti-Iranian front in Europe despite conducting diplomatic maneuvers to that end.