The responses of India, Israel and China to Ukraine reveal an emerging tension involving global norms.
Obama pursues the right response to Russia’s 19th-century behavior.
It’s the most serious crisis since the Cold War.
The Obama administration is positioning America correctly in a changing world.
Only one side is to blame for Washington’s paralysis.
The main obstacle Iran and the U.S. face in making a deal is their domestic audience.
The roots of regional violence reach back decades but Washington’s involvement has made things worse.
The U.S. spends much more on helping the middle class than the poor.
While the U.S. muddles along, other nations rocket forward.
It’s time for a bipartisan push to streamline bureaucracies.
The Communist Party seeks social, economic and political reforms.
Southeast Asians realize they must understand Beijing.
The right’s negative impulses haunt us all.
The collapse of authority in the party has given us the shutdown.
It’s not clear if either leader can make a nuclear deal happen.
He wisely seizes an opportunity for a diplomatic solution on Syria.
U.S. should learn from countries with more social mobility.
To lessen the power of money in politics, overhaul the tax code.
Can the country fix its slowing economy?
Mohamed Morsi was a victim of both history and his own incompetence.
Fareed Zakaria writes a foreign affairs column for The Post. He is also the host of CNN’s Fareed Zakaria GPS and editor at large of Time magazine. Before being named to his position at time in October 2010, Zakaria spent 10 years overseeing Newsweek’s editions abroad and eight years as the managing editor of Foreign Affairs. He is the author of “The Post-American World” (2009) and “The Future of Freedom” (2007). Born in India, Zakaria received a B.A. from Yale College and a Ph.D. from Harvard University. He lives in New York City with his wife, son and two daughters.