Former Iraqi Defense Minister Abdul Qader Obeidi sits down with Foreign Policy to discuss the challenges of rebuilding the Iraqi army and the need for U.S. assistance.
China's ambassador to the United States on the problems with American elections, Obama's trip to Beijing, and fighting the Islamic State.
The retiring deputy secretary of state sounds off on Putin's strategic weakness, the neglected continent to the south, and the state of American power.
Panama's new president, Juan Carlos Varela, sits down with Foreign Policy to talk crime, immigration, and reestablishing the rule of law in Washington's Central American ally.
A conversation with Zbigniew Brzezinski on today's worldwide turmoil, overstating Iran's near-term nuclear threat, and why a return to global order may rest on the relationship between the United States and China.
A conversation with FP's David Rothkopf and former Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. Michael Oren -- on Zionism, the loyalty of American Jews, and the promise of the Promised Land.
Ukrainian opposition leader Vitali Klitschko on what his country really needs from the West and why Putin's politics just don't make sense.
Anwar Ibrahim on Malaysia’s mishandling of MH370, President Obama, and good Jews and bad Jews.
A conversation with legendary video game developer Sid Meier about the worlds he’s made, the people who have played in them, and how his Civilization resembles reality.
Exclusive: Former Google CEO says Snowden helped us, but he broke the law.
An activist explains why the authorities cracked down on a peaceful protest to commemorate the victims of tsarist-era genocide.
Foreign Policy talks to boxing legend and Ukrainian opposition figure Vitali Klitschko about the "Euromaidan" protests and his country's political future.
Wherein your inteprid correspondent speaks with the made-up avatar of an ex-CIA official, for insight.
The U.S. ambassador to China speaks to Foreign Policy.
UNHCR’s representative to Lebanon talks to Foreign Policy about the worsening refugee crisis that threatens to stretch the country to a breaking point.
Meet the man who inspired Tom Clancy and The Hunt for Red October.
Liberia's President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf talks to Foreign Policy about corruption, press freedom, and developing her nation as a petropower.
Japan's defense minister talks to Foreign Policy.
Egypt's foremost novelist on revolution, dentistry, democracy, and why the Muslim Brotherhood is a "terroristic, underground, armed group."
Speaking to the centuries-old, wrathful oracle who advises the Dalai Lama on policy.
It's high time to end the daily injustices committed against the world's 115 million widows living in poverty.
Britain's counterinsurgency advisor for the American colonies on Washington, Trenton, and the mendacity of the French.
The father of emerging markets says we shouldn't give up on the world's Somalias and Zimbabwes.
Talking Nabokov, Rumsfeld, Popeye, and Deng Xiaoping with Estonia's president.
Afghan lessons for arming the Syrian rebels from the CIA's mujahideen point man.
Japan's former defense minister talks to FP about cyberattacks, the East China Sea face-off, and whether North Korea's Kim Jong Un is a puppet dictator.
From showman to president, Haiti's Michel Martelly insists he's in charge. But can he lead his fractured country out of crisis?
The Egyptian satirist stands on the front lines of Egypt’s culture wars.
In an exclusive conversation with Khaled Meshaal, the Hamas chief talks about how Assad should have listened to his advice, and why he’s not “bloodthirsty” or “against” Jews.