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September 20, 2022

United States
Congressional Midterm Update: The Race Tightens

Seven weeks out from the November elections, Democrats’ prospects have brightened, and Republicans’ prospects have dimmed.

The U.S. Capitol Building as viewed between two rows of trees.

July 26, 2022

United States
By Letting the Innovation Bill Fall Apart, Congress Misses a Chance to Spur Clean Energy Technology

The clean energy provisions of the USICA Bill that have been abandoned would have helped the U.S. solar industry to be more competitive with and less reliant on China.

A worker builds a crate at a solar panel manufacturer, First Solar, in Perrysburg, Ohio

November 22, 2022

United States
What the 2022 Midterm Elections Mean for U.S. Climate Policy

Progress on President Biden’s climate agenda will slow with a split Congress. But with federal efforts dulled, state-level action could supply added momentum.

COP 27

June 24, 2022

Philippines
What Can Be Learned From Ferdinand Marcos Jr.'s First Weeks in Office?

The early days of the Marcos Jr. administration may preview the remainder of his term.

Philippine president-elect Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr., son of late dictator Ferdinand Marcos, attends a news conference at his headquarters in Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines, on May 23, 2022.

November 14, 2022

Taiwan
How Taiwan Is Assessing and Responding to Growing Threats From China

Taiwan needs to more urgently prepare for a Chinese attack

A CH-47 flies across Taipei during a rehearsal ahead of National Day celebrations

March 8, 2022

United States
The 2022 Midterm Congressional Elections by the Numbers

History suggests that control of Congress will change after November’s midterm elections.

A view of the U.S. Capitol Building.

March 25, 2021

U.S. Foreign Policy
The Next Bad Idea: A PLO Office in Washington

Taking about a PLO office is the wrong message at the wrong time

November 9, 2022

United States
What the Midterm Elections Mean for U.S. Foreign Policy

Despite what will likely be a divided next Congress, don’t expect major shifts when it comes to the two biggest international issues facing the United States today. Probably…

Residents cast their ballots for the 2022 midterm election at the Franklin County Board of Elections during early voting hours, in Columbus, Ohio, U.S., November 1, 2022.

February 4, 2022

Women and Women's Rights
Women This Week: First Woman President Sworn Into Office in Honduras

Welcome to “Women Around the World: This Week,” a series that highlights noteworthy news related to women and U.S. foreign policy. This week’s post covers January 27 to February 4.

New Honduran President Xiomara Castro delivers a speech during her swearing-in ceremony in Tegucigalpa on January 27.

October 24, 2022

China
Chinese Domestic Protests Go International

Chinese students on more than a hundred college campuses across the world joined anti-Xi Jinping protests, following the "bannerman" protest in Beijing right before the 20th National Congress of the …

Newspaper reports on the new Politburo Standing Committee led by Chinese President Xi Jinping, following the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, are seen in this illustration picture taken October 24, 2022.