Framing the border problems in the context of opioids rather than immigrants presents a potential benefit for GOP candidates.
Our country’s growing fondness for isolationism is poised to cause great problems with our allies.
From the Center It’s a truism in American politics that voters pay little attention to foreign policy when casting their ballots. In the early stages of a foreign conflict with broad popular support, the party in power will usually realize some short-term benefit. And when public backing...
The United Nations General Assembly voted overwhelmingly on July 28, 2022, to declare the ability to live in “a clean, healthy and sustainable environment” a universal human right.
With the United States consistently oscillating between isolationist and interventionist periods depending on the political climate, views about foreign policy tend to shift with the times. Even so, party divisions exist on this issue, as does common ground.
China never went away, of course, but it will soon be much harder to ignore for a number of reasons.
There have been mounting calls from Ukrainian and other activists and political leaders to prosecute Russian President Vladimir Putin for war crimes in Ukraine, including authorizing attacks on civilians. There has also been public skepticism that this could actually happen.
Domestic political forces are constraining Biden from taking more concrete action on relations with Latin Americans countries.
Despite widespread support for Ukraine here in the United States, there are pockets of resistance emerging on the ideological fringes of both parties.
Some media outlets across the spectrum have failed to be transparent with Americans when highlighting the opinions of figures financially tied to defense contractors.
As Russia's invasion of Ukraine continues, so do questions about how the U.S. and other world powers may get involved.
If you’re just tuning in, Russia’s missile strikes and troop movements in Ukraine may seem like a sudden and shocking development. However, the attacks are a culmination of months of rising tensions between Russia and the West. Here at AllSides, we vigilantly monitor the news cycle for...
Russia's military buildup along its border with Ukraine has sparked fears of an invasion and military mobilization from the U.S. and other European allies.
The more Biden talks about one goal, the less he talks about the other. The more he emphasizes one, the less likely he is to accomplish the other.
President Joe Biden's interactions with China and Russia made top headlines across the political spectrum this week.
The problem with these retreats is that they leave a path for malignant forces to expand their reach.
President Joe Biden traversed Europe over the past week, meeting with multiple foreign leaders in the first international trip of his administration. He met with the leaders of the G7 nations in the United Kingdom last week; some big stories were their commitment to sending 1 billion...
In terms of foreign policy, there are misleading stereotypes of Democrats and Republicans. Supposedly, Democrats are strongly supportive of international cooperation, while Republicans are nationalistic, wanting to focus on America before other countries. Yet surveys of Republicans...
From the Center Editor's Note: This viewpoint is from a writer rated Center. As America nears a presidential transition, the Biden administration promises an updated foreign policy full of international alliances. The Biden-Harris campaign website pledges that in their administration, “...