On 6 September 2018, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Secretary of Defense James Mattis will meet their Indian counterparts in New Delhi.

The People’s Republic of China’s rising interest in the Indian Ocean is causing tensions for its neighbors.

This article is based on an interview with Cynthia Abdon, the General Manager of the Mission for Migrant Workers.

To cope with a lack of functioning national institutions in Libya, foreign governments and multilateral institutions should start coordinating dire

Heads of State usually struggle to balance international affairs with domestic needs.

Devastating attacks rocked Kabul this month, killing over a hundred people and raising concerns over a resurgent Taliban.

The forces of globalization have opened borders and linked societies.

The United States is improving its ability to crack down on Russian hacking but even aggressive deterrence measures are unlikely to influence Putin

Britain’s decision to leave the EU jeopardizes the future of the European project. The Journal of International Affairs talked to 

More and more military robots are being programmed to kill.