Matteo Salvini’s Selfie Politics
Far-right or not, the Italian deputy prime minister’s social media presence has made him one of the most popular politicians in Italy.
How Would U.S. Prosecutors Go After Assange?
Prosecuting the WikiLeaks founder raises hard questions about U.S. press freedom that may not, at present, be answerable.
China and the EU Are Growing Sick of U.S. Financial Power
They are trying their best to erode Washington’s rules.
The Brexit Deal Won’t Destroy Britain
Theresa May’s proposed deal with the European Union won’t put Jeremy Corbyn in power, but it might cost the prime minister her job.
‘To Be a Journalist in Turkey Means You’re Ready to Sacrifice Everything’
On the podcast: the price one Turkish newspaper editor is paying for angering President Erdogan.
Asia’s Oldest Democracy Takes a Hit
Political maneuvering by Sri Lankan President Sirisena won’t end well.
Shutting Out Iran Will Make the Afghan War Even Deadlier
Washington's hard line gives Tehran every reason to fund the Taliban.
China’s Orwellian Social Credit Score Isn’t Real
Blacklists and monitoring systems are nowhere close to Black Mirror fantasies.