Why the U.S. needs a proactive policy for winning in the gray zone.
Tag: foreign policy
How the Lebanese uprising is helping a divided nation form a cohesive national identity.
Consider the case of Baghdadi’s killing.
Beijing and Moscow present dangers, but their style of autocratic interference has major weaknesses.
The president is unleashing autocrats to create a Middle East apocalypse.
Beirut has long been plagued by corruption. The next generation has already had enough.
That’s a major problem for a party that has always identified itself as strong on defense.
Trump doesn’t want a smart foreign policy. He wants to build a nativist political movement at home.
Trump’s staff turnover makes it impossible to craft a coherent strategy.
Lebanon is about to kick 1.5 million Syrians out of the country—and they have nowhere else to go.