It is something of a paradox that Donald Trump, one of the most vocal critics of the G-7, should be lobbying Western leaders to attend next month’s meeting.
The U.S. should pressure Israel and suppress Benjamin Netanyahu’s appetite for a full-blown war, which he would probably use to show his public the lengths he is willing to go to safeguard national security.
Financial policymakers will have to come up with something extra special to prevent a full-blown market collapse.
Having come to the conclusion that cooperation with Russia has its constraints, Turkey may now be considering whether closer cooperation with the U.S. would better serve its interests.
NYT columnists are free to voice their opinion, but their views on whether the Kingdom should proceed with Hajj carry little weight, in the Muslim world or anywhere else.
What COVID-19 has clearly revealed is a potential path to war between the US and China; not a proxy war but a direct confrontation.
Too close a relationship with Putin might mean accepting Assad as the leader of Syria indefinitely.
Throughout Obama’s two terms in office, Biden reassured Israel’s leaders of Washington’s unconditional love and support.
If we miss this chance, the path back will have been made seriously harder.