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Lew outlined in an interview the message he will take to the gathering in Chengdu this weekend of finance ministers.
James Clapper says the U.S. should prepare for more violence by al-Qaeda, the Islamic State and successor groups.
The U.S. has few good choices in combating the al-Qaeda affiliate Jabhat al-Nusra.
The U.S. relationship with Turkey just got more complicated.
The angry populism that led the British to vote against their own interests could hold sway here in November.
Secretary Mabus had the foresight to switch the Navy’s reliance on fossil fuels.
The U.S. and its allies have been handed an opportunity to broaden the anti-Islamist alliance, but they must be careful about a deeper alliance with Russia.
The attackers were trying to drive a wedge. But so far, the split they may have wanted hasn’t happened.
Mohammed bin Salman has a bold vision for the kingdom. Can he pull it off?
Modern politicians in Britain and on the continent should be thinking about change.