Renewed relations between China and Iran serve as a stark reminder to U.S. policymakers that aggression toward our adversaries may generate more problems than solutions. Continue Reading
While a U.S. ban on WeChat raises many problems, leaving the app in its present state allows China to wield undue power over American citizens. Continue Reading
The oil boom in the 1970s and early 1980s and the resulting social and economic crisis left policymakers with valuable lessons that, considering today’s conversation around the role of the oil industry in Mexico, should not be overlooked. Continue Reading
President López Obrador was skeptical of the coronavirus threat and ignored the recommendations of his own health experts. He downplayed the crisis and relied on his intuition instead of science, with disastrous results. He will be even more distracted in the coming months as he campaigns for re-election. Continue Reading
The U.S.— the wealthiest nation in the world — should not shirk its responsibilities toward refugees by ending the world’s largest resettlement program. Continue Reading
While Thursday’s Supreme Court ruling temporarily protects the DACA program, its fate now rests with the November presidential election. Continue Reading
As China increases its military and paramilitary activity in the South China Sea, previously timid countries in the region must ignore the short-term risks of publicly rejecting China’s incursions in favor of the long-term prospects of creating a framework for stable and equitable governance over the waterway.