Washington’s swiftness in blaming Russia for Alexei Navalny’s death contrasts with its indifference to the failed attempt to kill Imran Khan.
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Elon Musk, in a discussion on the X platform, warned against continued provision of aid to Ukraine and pursuing regime change in Russia.
Educated Democrats who regularly follow politics and military families are most likely to favor supporting Ukraine with arms.
Trump’s unpredictable behavior provides limited foreign policy advantages. It erodes his credibility and undermines long-term U.S. interests.
Expect a tougher, but more erratic approach toward China in a second Trump administration. That could cause concern among U.S. allies.
Ali Wyne joins host Arif Rafiq to discuss the risks of a U.S.-China war over Taiwan and the broader challenge of managing a rising China.
In 2023, the U.S. advanced relations with key allies and partners in Asia while finding firmer footing in its relations with China.
U.S.–China tensions will likely persist, if not worsen, in 2024 as the two sides double down on strategic competition and point-scoring.
General Asim Munir’s visit to Washington reflects how little a priority democracy is in the Biden administration’s Pakistan policy.
The assassination plot against a Sikh separatist foiled by the U.S. raises concerns about Indian foreign policy and growing authoritarianism.