The move will finally end the United States’ longest war.
Loyalist fears that Boris Johnson is abandoning them have sparked a wave of violence that could endanger the Good Friday Agreement.
Muslims need their own nationwide party, he believes. And he’s going to build it.
The country’s rural Dalits are already exploited—and know it can get worse.
This week’s attack on an Iranian enrichment facility has improved the country’s negotiating position.
It’s more likely to inflame nationalist sentiments than change anything on the ground.
Career diplomat Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley will be tasked with reversing the department’s record of big promises and little results.
Russia’s recent aggression along its border shows why Kyiv needs decisive action from the alliance.
Jake Sullivan, Biden’s “once-in-a-generation intellect,” is facing a once-in-a-generation challenge.
India is a warning about unintended consequences for those looking to regulate Big Tech in the United States.
A rich and strong nation can pay for its own military.
Looking back on 50 years of U.S. foreign policy and the lessons they hold for Washington today.
The fuzzy goodwill between Biden and America’s Asian allies will soon be tested by China’s growing power.
The best way for Biden to build better partnerships abroad is to get America’s own house in order—that starts with human rights.
The dollar is dead. Long live the dollar.
Tangled questions of Asian identity need answers that aren’t defined by U.S. terminology alone.
In both the U.S. and EU, antitrust and regulatory efforts against Facebook, Google, and Amazon are gaining traction. But no one’s about to break them up.
But 50 years after independence, an authoritarian turn casts a shadow over the country’s future.
The country says it wants to pivot from hard power to economic power, but its economy begs to differ.
Letting culture wars drive debate about “laïcité” obscures similarities between France and the United States.
Claims that the rivalry is purely geopolitical don’t hold water.
Most solar panels come from China, and using them to fuel a clean energy transition risks reliance on Uyghur slave labor.
China is governed by a totalitarian regime. Why is that so hard to say?
It’s been a difficult and dizzying few months for Turkey—which is just the way the president likes it.
Ignoring the central role of race and colonialism in world affairs precludes an accurate understanding of the modern state system.
International relations theorists once explored racism. What has the field lost by giving that up?
The new administration can learn from South Africa’s experience with transitional justice.
March brought a new wave of migrants at the U.S. border—plus the pope’s historic visit to Iraq, continued bloodshed in Myanmar, and a colossal logjam in the Suez Canal.
Fists raised and voices lifted, people around the world took to the streets in 2020—to stand up against police brutality, demand democracy, and confront other injustices. A look at some of the photos that captured the year’s most defining movements.