Big data offers tools to stop the pandemic right now—if we change our definition of privacy.
The former vice president’s team is already in touch with the Sanders camp about a unified platform, operatives say.
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A February gathering in Rome outlined a muddled vision for the future, claiming the mantle of Ronald Reagan and St. John Paul II while indulging the far-right.
With India on lockdown, hundreds of thousands of people are cleaning up trash, medical waste, and even sewage without any protective equipment.
Insurgents around the world are using the pandemic to win new converts and weaken their enemies.
Moscow spent years building influence in the region—and lost it all playing hardball with Riyadh.
A new report says the Middle East’s poorest country is uniquely vulnerable, as it records its first case of the coronavirus.
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.
Even if the United States, Saudi Arabia, and Russia make a historic show of cooperation, any respite for the oil industry will be short-lived.
Western democracies may lose the coronavirus propaganda war, but China certainly won’t win it.
The Trump administration has made one mistake after another—and, with some foreign-policy changes, could emerge with more global power anyway.