It’s not the disease that’s worrisome—it’s the Chinese government’s response to it.
Spain used to be seen as Europe’s exception due to its lack of an ultranationalist xenophobic party. Now the upstart Vox holds more than 50 seats in the parliament.
In the name of fighting illegal immigration, the EU, the United States, and Australia are emboldening authoritarian regimes, fueling abuses and corruption, and stoking intolerance at home.
Ethiopia’s continued efforts to dam the Nile could end in war with Egypt. Here’s how to stop that from happening.
With ongoing protests making other investors nervous, Moscow is charging ahead.
The former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine testifies again as Democrats appear to narrow their focus in the impeachment investigation.
Testimony from U.S. diplomats pushes both Democrats and Republicans back into their corners.
Despite mounting economic woes, the prime minister is scoring points by ticking off items on his pro-Hindu social agenda.
Trump’s trade wars aren’t just about him or China—but global economic imbalances that the next U.S. administration will still have to address.
The only way to save journalism is to make readers direct participants in making, and paying for, the media.
Saudi Arabia’s crown prince will take money from investors in the national oil company—but he’ll be giving up far more than he thinks.
Central bankers are recognizing they have the power and responsibility to fight climate change. The Bundesbank would rather not.
Not all allies are made equal. But who’s worth the commitment, and who’s not?