The coronavirus pandemic has been a humiliation for the United States—and confirmation of its unmatched international power.
Along with China, the Kremlin is looking to gain a geopolitical edge on the West by rushing medical supplies to countries hit hard by the coronavirus.
With the coronavirus pandemic, the United States faces the greatest global challenge to its sanctions policy since the 1990s.
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The coronavirus pandemic might not disrupt politics in wealthy Western democracies, but it is likely to unleash political instability—and even regime change—in developing countries already suffering from an economic crisis.
The battle against jihadi terrorism in Africa takes one of its deadliest turns yet, with consequences far beyond the region.
The militant group seeks to gain an edge on other parties in responding in Lebanon.
Communism and democratic socialism won’t heal today’s political divisions. But social democracy—which helped ward off extremism following World War II—could.
Capitalism is still the best way to handle risk and boost innovation and productivity.
Global warming could launch socialists to unprecedented power—and expose their movement’s deepest contradictions.
Fragments of the wall have become museum pieces. But with the rise of extremist parties in Germany, the debate over the barrier’s legacy is anything but history.
While the world is shut down, history hasn’t stopped. Authoritarians are seizing the opportunity.
China and Russia are sending medical aid to Italy and other coronavirus-stricken countries, but their motives aren’t so altruistic.
The pandemic is starting to topple one of the pillars of the globalization era.
Extreme measures to fight the coronavirus have raised activists’ hopes for similarly drastic action on global warming. Here’s why they’re wrong.