Volodymyr Zelensky is walking a fine line as he seeks peace with Russia without being seen as ceding too much in return.
Britain, France, and Germany say Iran’s ballistic missile program is inconsistent with the nuclear deal and improves its capacity to deliver nuclear payload. Tehran counters that Europeans have failed to meet obligations under the pact.
The U.S. secretary of state appears to have one foot out the door—and that’s exactly what U.S. diplomats have been waiting for.
Washington gives the country $500 million in support a year, he says, but has little to show for it in terms of cooperation and human rights.
Monday’s announcement of U.S. tariffs on Brazilian steel and aluminum imports is yet one more reason China may be looking like a better partner.
Ethno-regional divisions might tear apart hopes of unifying power at the center.
As French public sector workers walk out, what happens next depends on who gives in first: the unions or the government.
Tehran funnels in missiles while Trump reportedly mulls a big increase in U.S. troops.
Modi’s government defends its stewardship even as it seeks to reverse a sharp economic slowdown.
Trump’s trade wars aren’t just about him or China—but global economic imbalances that the next U.S. administration will still have to address.
The only way to save journalism is to make readers direct participants in making, and paying for, the media.
Be grateful for Greta Thunberg, Emmanuel Macron—and the fact that things aren’t as bad as they could be.
The benefits of their personal relationship are clear for the Turkish president. But the U.S. president has his reasons, too.
It’s not the disease that’s worrisome—it’s the Chinese government’s response to it.