The CHIPS Act’s subsidies aim to boost U.S. semiconductor production, which could hurt Asian exporters and prompt global subsidy responses.
The assassination plot against a Sikh separatist foiled by the U.S. raises concerns about Indian foreign policy and growing authoritarianism.
The Biden-Xi meeting resulted in minor agreements. It failed to reset the U.S.-China rivalry — because the two countries can’t be reconciled.
Russia’s announcement that it intends to withdraw from the CFE treaty raises the risk it could target the Baltic states and Poland.
New surveys reveal substantial racial and generational differences in American perspectives on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
From the debate on migration to aid to Ukraine, the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian war is creating ripple effects across the world.
Washington has the most expensive gas in the U.S., followed by California and Hawaii. The cheapest gas prices are in Gulf Coast states like Mississippi and Texas.
The U.S.-backed Ethiopian invasion of Somalia was largely responsible for creating the political uncertainty and violence that prevail today.
Democracies must take proactive measures to identify and counter AI-driven propaganda campaigns and enhance their resilience against disinformation.
Vivek Ramaswamy’s family story makes clear that real life is complicated. So too is the migrant crisis facing the United States.