Articles by Robert Fry
Robert Fry / August 22, 2017
From global geopolitics to the concerns of American voters, Trump's behaviour on Afghanistan bears a passing resemblance to the presidential. Who's behind it?
In 1917, America made its first decisive intervention in Europe—a hundred years later, is it about to leave?
Robert Fry / May 31, 2017
Together, Donald Trump and Angela Merkel's comments could end a century's collaboration on peace in Europe
His policies could shift Germany—and finally help topple the Taliban
The continent may have more to fear from American foreign policy than from Russian
The changing balance of power in Asia could lead to another missile crisis
Robert Fry / June 1, 2016
Three strategic consequences of the Iraq war stand out
St Martin's Press, £19.99 American diplomacy owes a considerable debt to the Perra family of Ceres, California. The Perras accepted a young Zal Khalilzad into their home as part of the American...
Losses were huge, yet the battle started the process that led to an historic victory for the British
The country is searching for the elusive "third offset strategy"
Robert Fry / March 24, 2016
"Russia's venture has been remarkably economical in terms of time and resources"