The coronavirus has swept through the top ranks, leaving Mullah Omar’s son tenuously in charge.
Democrats and NGOs slammed the White House decision, saying the U.S. president was ceding influence to China and further undercutting the coronavirus response.
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The two nuclear powers have long had their differences. But the pandemic has led to some frayed nerves—and revealed longer-term ambitions.
A new report from Burkina Faso shows that rising violence is taking a toll for a generation of children.
In highly unusual move, U.S. diplomats in Uganda and Kenya issue public pronouncements expressing distress over the death of George Floyd.
In Britain’s hierarchical culture, the crime for the upper classes isn’t telling lies—it’s getting caught.
The EU is still muddling through its post-pandemic recovery—and 18th-century history suggests that disaster could await.
Decentralizing decision-making can help left-behind regions get back on track.
Boris Johnson has contradictory ideas for his country’s future—and no clear paths for getting there.
His much-touted trade victory has crashed and burned with the coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus has exacted a terrible toll—but some good things may come of it yet.
The peace process died of natural causes. Washington’s most extraordinary alliance should too.
Beijing is rapidly becoming the dominant player in an industry vital to defense and technology companies. If the United States and Europe aren’t careful, they will become dependent.
Protests and long lines for coronavirus aid, a Mideast heat wave, and the gradual reopening of cities.