The Biden administration’s announcement that it will limit economic sanctions as a tool of foreign policy could prove significant, since it follows two decades in which policymakers of both parties dramatically increased the use of sanctions against governments, individuals, and entities that they considered bad actors.
Whatever happened to America's Syria policy?
Sudan seizes Hamas assets;
Saudi textbooks trend more tolerant;
Next up, a nuclear Taliban?;
Iraq and the "Abraham Accords"
Crimean drought escalates tensions between Ukraine and Russia;
Climate change and the military;
Congress focuses on rare earths as part of infrastructure bill...;
...and in new legislation;
After withdrawal, a new contest over Afghanistan