The latest problem: U.S. officials are having trouble setting up a Congressionally-mandated intelligence-community center.
The U.S. rejoined the U.N. Human Rights Council as a member in 2022, teeing up a clash with China.
Chinese students critical of Beijing on American college campuses face harassment here, and their families back home can be targeted.
How many times do Twitter-verified accounts run by foreign dictatorships need to run afoul of the Covid misinformation policy before the company acts?
As the administration issues its national-security strategy next year, being able to draw a sharp contrast will be as important as ever.
NR’s report about changes within the think tank has brought an ongoing debate out into the open, eliciting a range of reactions.
The Taliban could use Chinese Communist Party know-how to tap into rare earth deposits worth $1 trillion.
A Russian court seems to have confirmed the presence of Russian soldiers in the country for the first time.
The White House shouldn’t get a free pass for its stonewalling.
A congressional whodunnit with an unsatisfactory answer.