Winners & Losers
Winners Ban Ki-moon: All but certain to be the next U.N. secretary-general. American scientists: A rare Nobel sweep. Hysteria: Russia orders schools to compile lists of children with Georgian surnames as the diplomatic row worsens. Cat lovers with allergies: The new hypoallergenic cat will only set you back $4000. But first you have to pass ...
American scientists: A rare Nobel sweep.
Hysteria: Russia orders schools to compile lists of children with Georgian surnames as the diplomatic row worsens.
CEOs: Another indictment. Who wants the liability of the top job anymore?
Six-party talks: Kim Jong-Il prefers brinkmanship.
Congressional Republicans: The week belonged to Foleygate. But a month in American politics can be an eternity. At least that’s what Karl Rove is hoping.
More from Foreign Policy
America Is a Heartbeat Away From a War It Could Lose
Global war is neither a theoretical contingency nor the fever dream of hawks and militarists.
The West’s Incoherent Critique of Israel’s Gaza Strategy
The reality of fighting Hamas in Gaza makes this war terrible one way or another.
Biden Owns the Israel-Palestine Conflict Now
In tying Washington to Israel’s war in Gaza, the U.S. president now shares responsibility for the broader conflict’s fate.
Taiwan’s Room to Maneuver Shrinks as Biden and Xi Meet
As the latest crisis in the straits wraps up, Taipei is on the back foot.