A touching news story surfaced a few days ago, briefly casting a flicker of light across Egypt's shadowy heartland... Continue Reading
His policies promote energy independence and balance between France and Germany... Continue Reading
The West is showing evidence of a newly stiffened spine in the face of Saudi Arabian influence on Islamic culture – and none too soon... Continue Reading
We once celebrated the individual greatness of George Washington on his birthday, February 22. Historian James Thomas Flexner called George Washingt... Continue Reading
A stock market correction, trade protectionism, or impeachment... Continue Reading
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In assessing the state of democracy in free nations, it favors the Left... Continue Reading
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Hudson Institute senior fellow Rebeccah Heinrichs discusses how the U.S. national debt could negatively impact national security....
The toughest event at this year’s Winter Olympics has turned out to be the diplomatic lunge... Continue Reading
Hudson Senior Fellow Husain Haqqani interviewed on U.S. counter-terrorism policy in Afghanistan and Pakisan...
The president is about to find out just how much he's constrained by the bond market... Continue Reading
According to the mainstream narratives, a state of inflation alert was the catalyst to the US stock market mini-crash of February 2 and February 5, 20... Continue Reading
According to the mainstream narratives, a state of inflation alert was the catalyst to the US stock market mini-crash...... Continue Reading
As North Koreans take their place among the Olympic athletes, a memoir reminds us that they represent nothing like a normal country.... Continue Reading
How older part-time professors, seasoned by real-world experience, are helping to revitalize American universities... Continue Reading
Turkey’s irascible President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, is once again infuriated with a Kurdish group and has dispatched his army into Syria to decimate t... Continue Reading
On February 6th, Peter Rough appeared on Detektor radio to discuss the future of President Trump's policy...
What can a column on foreign affairs add to today’s cacophonous debate? ‘Context.’... Continue Reading
A lesson from Nigeria, on balancing the blessings of modernity and the celebration of an ancestral past... Continue Reading
Many technology experts claim that the next war will be fought in cyberspace... Continue Reading
There has been no indication that the Trump administration’s policies are influenced by Russian preferences. There are plenty, however, that President... Continue Reading
On February 2nd, Rebeccah Heinrichs appeared on PBS NewsHour to discuss President Trump's nuclear plan....
The Trump administration’s actions on the question of the U.S. Navy’s future will be the single most consequential policy decision of the next four ye... Continue Reading
On January 31st, Samuel Tadros appeared on Alhurra TV to discuss the foreign policy issues in President Trump's first State of the Union Address....
On February 2nd, Peter Rough appeared in a video by the U.S. Embassy in Berlin to discuss U.S. Foreign Policy...
On January 31st, Rebeccah Heinrichs appeared on Fox News to discuss the foreign policy aspects fo President Trump's first State of the Union address.
Josef Goebbels called it the Big Lie, the deliberate misrepresentation of facts and reality in order to achieve a political objective.... Continue Reading
The image of this unnamed woman emerged on social media as a veritable icon of the leaderless economic protests... Continue Reading
While most European eyes are trained on German and British political intrigues and instability, the far more fragile state of Romania is teetering... Continue Reading
On January 29th, Michael Pregent appeared on CNN to discuss recent reports that fitness trackers revealed locations of U.S. patrol and base locations ...
With his State of the Union address, the president turns to his big second-year priorities... Continue Reading
On January 25th, Peter Rough appeared on ZDF TV to discuss President Trump's first year in office...
In this new age, the notion that Europeans are special – that a wall separates them from Asia – is quickly being exposed as a pious fiction... Continue Reading
On January 22nd, Walter Russell Mead was interviewed on the Global Politico podcast...
When it comes to the command and control of warfighting capability, the surface force has long existed within a series of interlocking dualities... Continue Reading
China’s paramilitary “People’s Armed Police” took over the Golden Lampstand Church and packed its underground worship hall with explosives... Continue Reading
A debate between naive elitism and ugly nativism only impedes pragmatic reforms.... Continue Reading
Tokyo must protect world-class arms suppliers against spies and cyberattacks... Continue Reading
On January 18th, Peter Rough appeared on the ORF III program "Inside Washington" to discuss President Trump's first year in office.
On January 18th, Samuel Tadros participated in a Washington Institute panel titled "How Can Saudi Arabia and Egypt Help Confront Toxic Ideologies."
How is North Korea improving its ICBMs so quickly? It’s not afraid of a test failure — or six... Continue Reading
Has Trump given up on expanding the size of the fleet? If so, there’s still time to reverse course... Continue Reading
On January 17th, Walter Russell Mead appeared on NPR to discuss American foreign policy in President Trump's first year in office...
The Trump administration’s get-tough approach to Pakistan’s alleged double-dealing does not go nearly far enough... Continue Reading
Modern scholars of politics revel in their complex descriptions of state action... Continue Reading
The FCC is launching a full-scale investigation into what went wrong in Hawaii, to make sure nothing like it happens anywhere again... Continue Reading
Iran’s brutal crackdown against protesters left at least 50 activists dead and landed nearly 4,000 in prison... Continue Reading
President Trump’s eruptions against Pakistan acknowledge a longstanding historical reality: for all practical purposes, Pakistan and the United States... Continue Reading
John Corvino, Ryan Anderson, and Sherif Girgis agree: religious liberty is good, discrimination is bad, and the clash between these values is complica... Continue Reading
Abolishing the filibuster and passing a balanced-budget amendment would be a start toward curing what ails American government... Continue Reading
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act promises no relief from one big tax on income — the inflation tax... Continue Reading
Trump and Congress could forge a new consensus by enacting a law making the nuclear limits permanent... Continue Reading
President Trump Trump should publicize the Iranian regime’s corruption.... Continue Reading
From outside the Beltway, Washington for years has appeared to be besieged by political intrigue... Continue Reading
U.S. foreign policy feels as polarized as ever. But a new consensus is forming... Continue Reading
The gradual, deadly constriction of freedom in one small country... Continue Reading
A new book by David Patrikarakos explores how social media has changed armed conflict in the 21st century... Continue Reading
If Trump set your teeth on edge in 2017, prepare for a grinding 2018. The story coming out of the White House is that the need to garner congressional... Continue Reading
More than any other country, Germany has profited from the post–Cold War international system.... Continue Reading
Putin turns insurgencies into tools for gaining leverage over his neighbors and the international system more broadly... Continue Reading
As 2017 drew to an end, the media missed one of the biggest news stories of the year: the persecution of Christians around the world... Continue Reading
The current administration seeks to make space a public policy priority... Continue Reading
On January 3rd, Rebeccah Heinrichs appeared on Fox News to discuss the recent exchange of threats between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim ...
This is Trump’s opportunity in 2018 to give events a push, where and when it’s most needed.... Continue Reading
In the new China, there are no stones. Maybe not even the river is left. There is a bullet train, driving full speed ahead before the daw... Continue Reading
On January 2nd, Ambassador Husain Haqqani appeared on CNN International to discuss the Pakistani government summoning the U.S. ambassador over Preside...
Because they have lost the ability to cover real news when it happens... Continue Reading
On December 29th, Samuel Tadros appeared on Al-Hurra TV to discuss President Trump's foreign policy in his first year in office.
Beijing has discovered a slick and sophisticated way to increase its influence in the region... Continue Reading
The United States should be able to count on Europe’s help in isolating Iran... Continue Reading
On December 26th, Rebeccah Heinrichs appeared on Fox News to discuss the planned $285 million cut to the UN budget.
The administration’s new security strategy is reminiscent of Pax Britannica... Continue Reading
On December 24th, Rebeccah Heinrichs appeared on Fox News to discuss President Trump's comments on the Chinese allowing oil to go into North Korea.
The Trump administration’s National Security Strategy Report unveiled this week makes it a priority to “protect religious freedom and religious minori... Continue Reading
The 2017 National Security Strategy released Monday is a statement of Trump administration priorities... Continue Reading
On December 21st, Rebeccah Heinrichs appeared on Fox News to discuss the UN General Assembly's resolution condemning the U.S. for recognizing Jerusale...
China’s global economic ambitions require help, and it’s entirely appropriate for the United Kingdom to offer it... Continue Reading
On December 19th, Rebeccah Heinrichs appeared on Fox News to discuss a new Politico report regarding the Obama administration's handling of Hezbollah ...
The Trump administration’s strategic statement follows up on its vision of India as a partner of the United States... Continue Reading
The China threat and the U.S.-European convergence of interests... Continue Reading
The president recognizes important new realities in world affairs... Continue Reading
The grand ideological conflicts that began in 1917 are giving way to old-fashioned geopolitics... Continue Reading
On December 18th, Rebeccah Heinrichs appeared on Fox Business to discuss the U.S. veto on the Security Council resolution invalidating President Trump...
The Federal Communications Commission repealed vintage 2015 rules regulating the Internet that are popularly known as network neutrality. Th... Continue Reading
Increasingly dark ideologies, terrorist attacks, and dangerous political upheavals have gradually overshadowed Turkey’s many attractions... Continue Reading
Until the Palestinians realize that Israel is here to stay and start negotiating in earnest, it behooves Washington to signal that they are losing gro... Continue Reading
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The Argentine diesel-electric submarine ARA San Juan lost contact with its base at Mar del Plata on 15 November... Continue Reading