Health Experts Slam Biden’s ‘Massive’ Global Leadership Failure
Biden’s speech to Congress ignores his dithering on COVID-19 vaccine patents, jeopardizing millions of lives in other nations, critics say.
Does America Need a Truth and Reconciliation Commission?
Transitional justice has worked for dozens of countries with a legacy of systemic abuses.
Vaccines Will Shape the New Geopolitical Order
The gulf between haves and have-nots is only growing.
What Biden Should Learn From Indochina
France’s withdrawal shows sometimes the costs of maintaining the status quo are higher than the costs of a drastic policy change.
Why Mohammed bin Salman Suddenly Wants to Talk to Iran
Secret meetings have been going on at least since January, catalyzed by the specter of U.S. withdrawal from the region.
Only Washington Can Save the Renaissance Dam Negotiations Now
Since Ethiopia has hampered negotiations, Egypt needs the United States to preserve its access to the Nile.
For Turkey’s Armenians, Biden’s Genocide Declaration Makes Little Difference
A century after the mass killings, Armenians in Turkey are still outcasts.
Nigeria’s President Should Resign
Muhammadu Buhari has failed to provide the security and stability he promised.
Is History Coming for Sisi’s Regime?
The clearest perspective on Egypt’s current military ruler is offered by a dissident who has seen previous ones rise—and fall.
How to Break the Logjam Over Nord Stream 2
The Russo-German pipeline has zero impact on European security. But Ukraine should be helped.