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The ICC’s case against Netanyahu and Hamas

Sunday was an unusually busy news day in a year—no, make that an epoch—full of them. The top prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Karim Khan, announced he was seeking arrest warrants against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netany...

10 days ago

Are China hawks exaggerating the Beijing threat?

Two of the thorniest questions in American foreign policy were tackled head-on by FP columnists this past week. In “No, This Is Not a Cold War—Yet,” Michael Hirsh describes Washington’s “pundit industrial complex” as embracing the rhetoric ...

17 days ago

Xi in Europe and the TikTok ban

Chinese President Xi Jinping visits Europe this week, and the reception he receives there will likely be much different from when he last visited five years ago. “European attitudes toward China have soured significantly,” writes FP’s Chris...

24 days ago

A Columbia professor on the campus protests

For a long time, FP didn’t think it was our place to cover the student protests roiling on American college campuses around the Israel-Hamas war. While the subject of the students’ agitation was squarely in our wheelhouse, we thought the st...

a month ago


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