Fred Burton speaks with Mark Greaney and Ripley Rawlings about their smart, new thriller -- Red Metal.
Reva Goujon speaks with Russell Gold, who covers energy for the Wall Street Journal, for the second installment of a conversation on the future of energy.
Since graduating from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1986, the careers of Mike Pompeo, Ulrich Brechbuhl, Brian Bulatao, Mark Esper, David Urban and Mark Green have periodically intersected. Now they have converged in the Trump administration.
Iran has invested for decades in capabilities to better strike U.S. assets, critical energy infrastructure around the Persian Gulf and other key strategic targets in the region. But how long would they last in military confrontation with the United States?
Regardless of the specifics of Warsaw and Washington's potential new defense agreement, any increase in the U.S. military position in Poland -- no matter how small -- is bound to prompt Russia to build up its own position.
To retaliate for White House targeting of its technology sector, Beijing could limit exports of the elements crucial to U.S. tech production. But such a move would carry a steep price.
In this short video, South Asia Analyst Faisel Pervaiz discusses three events to watch for in the week.
In this short video, Editorial Director Benjamin Sheen discusses three events to watch for in the week.
In this short video, Middle East and North Africa Analyst Emily Hawthorne discusses three events to watch for in the week.
In this short video, Global Security Analyst Thomas Abi-Hanna discusses three events to watch for in the week.
Criminals are attracted to international airports, where crowds of travelers are relatively wealthy and powerful compared with crowds outside the airport.