Coups have also taken place in recent years in Burkina Faso, Chad, Guinea, Niger, Mali and now Gabon in late August
Several U.S. presidents, including Trump, have been impeached by the House but failed to reach two-thirds majority required for conviction by the Senate
The strategic realities of a now dangerously aggressive, expansionist Russia under President Vladimir Putin is the most important incentive to retain NATO, and it has reenergized the alliance
The ongoing confrontation between North Korea and South Korea continues to build
The relationship between the United States and Britain was forged during World War II and has endured despite strains
President Biden, Speaker McCarthy and their staffs came to an agreement on the debt ceiling. Who benefitted most?
The public purpose of the Group of 7 is fostering economic stability. The other related purpose, however, is to diminish the likelihood of war
Understanding King Charles III’s predecessors can give deeper meaning to the coronation
South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol recently visited Washington D.C., for the 5th time this year, highlighting the importance of the relationship
How President Biden’s visit to Ireland can highlight the history between Britain and Ireland
Recent hostilities in France around the retirement age and a water reservoir have tensions high.
Despite Japanese occupation, reparation disputes and political kidnappings, South Korea and Japan are ready to move forward.
Russia signed a treaty limiting nuclear warheads, but now the treaty may be unraveling.
President Biden recently met with Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany. This led some to question the necessity of the meeting, overlooking Germany’s important role
The stock market crash of 1929, the recession of 2008 and our current moment have many contrasts.
In the aftermath of the Chinese spy balloon, it’s helpful to look at how the world has been using balloons in the previous centuries
Relations between the US and Syria and Turkey have been strained in recent decades. Our humanitarian aid should not be affected by past tensions
At the start of February, the Philippines and the United States reached a major agreement to expand U.S. military presence there. That, and other economic alliances, are meant to deter Chinese expansion.
Bilal al-Sudani, a terrorist leader, has been killed by U.S. Special Operations Forces in Somalia along with 11 other members of the Islamic State.
On the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War, Arthur Cyr looks back at the lessons learned and legacies left by the war
China’s communist leaders insist Taiwan is part of their country, but history might say otherwise
Don’t be discouraged by the media scare stories. There are beacons of hope in the news
Pope Francis deserves support as he pursues the path of his predecessors toward fundamental concerns of universal importance.
The Battle of the Bulge, the largest land battle fought by the U.S., was fought Christmas 1944.
Brittney Griner’s return is cause for celebration — but what about the man who was traded for her?
Tensions between America and China have been rising, and the historical context gives significance to the recent meeting between Biden and Xi.
Australia remains vital to the U.S., especially when international tensions rise
Twitter is Elon Musk’s chance to champion free speech
After the resignations of Boris Johnson and then Liz Truss, can Rishi Sunak pull it together?