Eli LakeFormer Bloomberg Opinion Columnist
The decision to send observers to upcoming local and regional votes undermines the opposition to the regime of Nicolas Maduro.
The White House is hoping that the United Arab Emirates can help broker a deal to restore Sudan’s ousted prime minister.
The 2015 agreement is dead and Tehran isn’t intimidated by the White House's vague threats.
Biden should be clear that there will be consequences for any state that moves toward normalizing relations with Assad.
The regime has been hostile to anyone who attended a conference last week promoting closer ties between the two nations.
Biden should realize that attacks from the air didn’t work to prevent attacks in the era that ended with 9/11, and they’re unlikely to work now.
The terrorist group’s promises that they have changed are discredited by events on the ground.
In light of the debacle in Afghanistan, does the U.S. president expect any of his fellow democratic leaders to believe him when they convene in December?
A Trump-era libel lawsuit could make it more risky for dissenters to come to the U.S. to tell their story.