Biden's credibility on issues such as race remains in question. Harris is joining the campaign at the right time.
The media often underplays the fact that Biden’s vice presidential pick has an Indian mother. Her heritage could play a crucial role in U.S. foreign policy.
Yes, there are surprisingly big protests—like those that rocked Kyiv six years ago—being met with brutal crackdowns. But Belarus is a whole different story.
Washington should not talk itself into accepting Moscow’s aggression—again.
It’s hard—but possible—to save people from the conspiracy theory’s grip.
Key takeaways and insights from decision makers, leaders and experts featured in FP's recent Virtual Dialogue on 5G.
Israel's plan to annex parts of the West Bank seems off the agenda for now, but Trump might push Netanyahu to proceed anyway.
Foisting a divisive, first-ever U.S. president on the Inter-American Development Bank will likely hinder—not help—the bank’s quest to raise cash during the coronavirus pandemic.
As Beijing cracks down, it turns to familiar tools of repression.
Latin American governments have a chance to model a better version of the inspector general, with even greater autonomy, to address graft in the public health sector.
As the pandemic continues to stress the country’s collapsing health system, Venezuela’s president has bolstered his political ground.
And he won’t be able to keep the game going for much longer.
The continent has managed to take a great leap forward—but there still might be a crash landing.
Amidst the torrent of criticism, the administration's accomplishments are often forgotten.
One year on from New Delhi’s decision to revoke Kashmir’s autonomous privileges, the region remains ignored and underinvested. It’s difficult to see what could change the status quo.
The coronavirus pandemic won’t automatically lead to reforms. Great upheavals only bring systemic change when reformers have a plan—and the power to implement it.
The United States has abdicated its dominant role. Here’s how to fill the gap.
The coronavirus pandemic has made the world more reliant on technology. The EU’s competition commissioner says that makes her fight more urgent.
Neoconservatism has died, and liberal internationalism is discredited. Perhaps it’s time to return to the ideas of one of the last century’s greatest realists.
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?
A year after the state’s special status was revoked, peace remains a distant hope.
“Confinada” critiques the disproportionate toll the coronavirus has taken on poor and Black Brazilians—on top of ongoing systemic inequality in the country.