This interactive graphic illustrates the $4.3 billion in projects that will almost certainly be defunded to pay for the wall.
If peace talks are going to succeed, it is essential to reinforce the legitimacy of Afghanistan’s elected government rather than throw it under the bus.
The alliance crisis that Pompeo hoped to avert may be upon us.
This week’s decision from the European People’s Party’s political assembly to suspend Viktor Orban’s Fidesz came a bit late was more timid than it needed to be.
Passing ACMRA represents a small, but effective step toward improving the ability of Congress to represent the people and conduct effective oversight of an ever-more powerful executive branch.
When it comes to Islam, China practices a gobsmacking double standard. It persecutes ordinary Uighur Muslims at home while supporting the hardened jihadist Masood Azhar abroad.
When Theresa May took over as Prime Minister, she announced that “Brexit means Brexit.” However now the fate of her deal to leave the EU is uncertain. With negotiations still ongoing, we interviewed AEI fellow Dalibor Rohac to break down what’s happening and what it all means.
A brief explanation of the Maghreb defined by AEI’s Emily Estelle.
Donald Yamamoto has not only refused to step foot in Somaliland as ambassador to Somalia but also increasingly prevents US aid to be spent there is policy malpractice and directly undermines the Trump administration’s Africa policy.
President Trump recently tweeted multiple times derisively about John McCain, the late senator from Arizona. Experts discuss the president’s tweets.