Negotiate With Taliban to End Afghan War: Zakaria

Recent news reports on U.S. strategy in Afghanistan have raised the possibility of future direct talks with the Taliban aimed at reaching a peace accord and allowing for the withdrawal of American troops from the war-torn country. Following the U.S. invasion o...

Zakaria: Trump’s Blame Game Is Risky Business

The strong reaction to President Donald Trump's news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin at their Helsinki summit has yet to abate, despite administration attempts to contain the damage. Washing...

Trump Overthrows GOP Foreign Policy of Reagan: Zakaria

President Donald Trump's ongoing criticism of allies and his isolationist foreign policy continue to raise eyebrows of concerned observers around the world. But his supporters don't blink an eye when he opines, "Sometimes our worst enemies are our so-called...

Zakaria: Is Immigration a Trap for Democrats?

President Trump's reversal of his administration's policy of separating immigrant families apprehended crossing the U.S. border may feel like a win for Democrats, but they should temper their celebration, says ...
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Zakaria: North Korea Summit Was Big Win for China

The cancellation of U.S. military exercises with South Korea is one of several troubling outcomes of President Trump's summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, writes Washington Post columnist Fareed Zakaria. "South Korea’s 'war games' with the United S...

Zakaria: Dems Face a Hard Sell in November

Democrats remain optimistic about their chances for retaking the House of Representatives in November's mid-term elections. The party's successes in last week's California primary election have buoyed their hop...

Zakaria: Trump’s Deals Are Spin, Not Wins

Nearly 500 days into his presidency, Donald Trump has yet to demonstrate he is the master dealmaker he purports to be, says Washington Post columnist Fareed Zakaria. He observes in his May 25 opinion piece, "By now it is obvious Trump is actually a bad nego...