With over a million Uighur Muslims being detained in camps in China, the United States must consider its diplomatic position in relation to its economic interests.
Foreign Affairs writer Nick Romanow reflects on his summer travels throughout East Asia through an extended travelogue essay.
Europe’s largest economy needs to develop an appetite for risk to remain competitive.
Western governments are grappling with choosing between the development opportunities and security risks of a rising Huawei.
The alliance born in the Cold War has seen better days, but it has a chance to repurpose itself for global security in the 21st century.