Charlotte Lawson is a reporter covering foreign policy and world affairs. She joined The Dispatch in June 2020, after graduating from the University of Virginia. You can follow her at @lawsonreports
Refugees fleeing the Taliban turn to their neighbor but find little hope.
Nomadic herdsmen and terror groups target religious minorities with little response from the government.
The Biden administration is pivoting toward more cooperation with the Saudis after more than a year of frayed relations.
The White House faces resistance from Republicans and Democrats alike as the efforts to revive a nuclear deal have stalled.
Two new reports blame U.S. negotiations with the Taliban and misplaced faith in over-the-horizon military operations.
The former defense secretary’s new book details Trump’s Afghanistan deal with the Taliban and the strike that killed Qassem Suleimani.
Likelihood diminishes for a new nuclear deal between the U.S. and Iran as the Biden administration faces new bipartisan pressure.
J.D. Vance won a Senate primary with an isolationist foreign policy, but similarly minded lawmakers in Congress remain isolated.