After eight years at Foreign Policy, here are the ten most popular Best Defense posts.
There’s only one remaining way to get unfiltered access to the outside world in China – and Beijing just banned it.
Beijing's paranoia is about to kill the country's booming live-streaming sector — and it won't be the only victim.
Democracy protesters thought they were shielded by the justice system — until Beijing turned it against them.
Blaming the victim is the easiest way for people to sleep at night in a country where the government could crush you at any moment.
Reports are coming in that this Friday, in a Miami speech, President Donald Trump will unveil his revisions to former President Barack Obama’s controversial policy to normalize U.S. relations with the Castro dictatorship in Cuba. He's right to scale it back.
Do the legacies of these two figures still resonate in today’s world?
In the United States, subscriptions are up and investigative journalists are in high demand. But the president's war on the media is just beginning.
The administration has already made it abundantly clear that supporting open societies, free speech, and the protection of civilians is of little concern.
It’s quite a time for consolidated authoritarian regimes!
Hungary’s nationalist prime minister is intent on shutting down the country's Central European University. We must not let it happen.