From revolution to disillusionment and back again: milestones on Tunisia’s rocky path to democracy.
C.K. Hickey is the Interactive Developer at Foreign Policy. C.K. has a bachelor’s degree in film studies from UC Santa Barbara and a master’s degree in journalism from UC Berkeley. He grew up in Los Angeles and Atlanta and has lived in Virginia since 2013.
If the Mosul Dam goes, a lake of water will submerge cities from Mosul to Baghdad and kill hundreds of thousands. This map shows the potential devastation.
The U.S. drawdown has paved the way for the Taliban to brush aside Afghanistan’s security forces and take control of growing swaths of the country.
The terrorist group dominated headlines in 2015, but a string of battlefield defeats has cost the group 14 percent of the territory it used to control in Iraq and Syria.
Beijing is alarming its neighbors by building artificial islands in the South China Sea. From Tokyo to Jakarta, countries in the region are pushing back hard.
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