- Daily Brief
- December 7, 2019
The Trump administration’s pursuit of narrow US interests in South Asia could backfired badly.
The decade-long battle over the oil pipeline faces a major—but not decisive—juncture in November.
Invoking the contentious security pact could create more problems than it solves.
US intelligence partners will continue to share information but with more restrictive protocols.
Democrats may win upcoming special elections but the party is far from a Congressional majority.
Blowback from the US decision to arm the Kurdish YPG could reverberate for decades.
If Trump pulls the US out of the Paris Agreement, the administration will find itself isolated.
The greatest threat to NATO is neither Russia nor terrorism but neglect.
An unlikely leader for an uncertain world. How will Donald Trump influence global hotspots?
Here’s how the Democratic candidate could shape external policy if she clinches victory on November 6.
Allegations of vote rigging, media bias, and deep polarisation set the stage for potentially ugly scenes
A Trump foreign policy’s ability to fundamentally alter America’s trajectory is overestimated.