With Xi Jinping’s visit to Riyadh, China and Saudi Arabia are signaling to the U.S. that the era of American dominance is over.
The suburban New York red wave should provide a wake-up call for Democrats as they begin to prepare for 2024.
As talk of another Iranian revolution grows, Reza Aslan’s new book on Iran’s first revolution is a must-read for observers of the region.
Most Americans see Russia as a greater threat to the U.S. But the Biden administration regards China as the top long-term challenge.
As China’s Belt and Road Initiative wanes, its neighbors Kyrgyzstan, Nepal, and Pakistan seek financing for rail projects they cannot afford.
The Fed raises interest rates by another 0.75% to combat stubborn inflation. Prospects for a soft landing recede as recession risks grow.
The Samarkand meeting between Xi and Putin shows all is not well between China and Russia.
King Charles III is a religious traditionalist influenced by critics of modernism.
The Bush administration’s misadventures after 9/11 led to a divided and weakened America and a more powerful China.
A new survey indicates China is winning the battle of perceptions in the Middle East, but its gains over the U.S. could be reversed.