COLLISION COURSE?: With Iran and its Shiite proxies determined to thwart American influence in Syria, Washington could soon find itself fighting a second front, FP’s Dan De Luce and Paul McLeary report: Read more
DON’T HOLD YOUR BREATH: U.S. allies will not leave Thursday’s NATO summit feeling any more reassured than when they arrived, Shadow Government’s Julie Smith and Jim Townsend write: Read more
DISRUPTING CHINA’S TRUST PROBLEM: The Chinese government thinks “social credit” will fix the country’s lack of trust — and the public agrees, Amy Hawkins writes: Read more
DEGREES OF SEPARATION: Former Secretary of State John Kerry slammed the Trump administration in his Harvard commencement speech, FP’s Robbie Gramer and Emily Tamkin write: Read more
A CIVIL RIGHTS WIN IN ASIA: Taiwan just got a lot closer to becoming the first place in Asia to legalize same-sex marriage, FP’s Ruby Mellen writes: Read more