Franklin Roosevelt’s speechwriter saw unity as a way to keep the English-speaking world free of totalitarianism.
Two divides — between the North and the South and between California and Texas — deserve more attention.
Donald Trump can undermine America’s influence, but he cannot repeal the things that make it a superpower.
Morocco is a fitting place to host the United Nation’s annual Climate Change Conference.
German Americans have been something of a silent majority, despite their significant contributions to the culture.
The Iranians, Russians, Saudis and Turks are all jockeying for influence in Iraq while America looks on wearily.
Russian warships sail past Ceuta this time, but its ambiguous NATO status makes it a popular port of call.
The war in Yemen has three dimensions, only one of which directly affects the United States.
Rather than assume more responsibility themselves, some middle powers are switching patrons.
Russia is a great power again in Eastern Europe and the Middle East. Where does it go from here?
Yearn though Colombians might for peace, fifty years of war has left them yearning even more for justice.
The Filipino president’s rhetoric reeks of opportunism rather than strategy, but there is risk in the long term.