Since 2015, a previously unnoticed network of roads, buildings, and military outposts has been constructed deep in a sacred valley in Bhutan.
Pakistan and Saudi Arabia’s relationship is walking a fine line.
We asked 25 experts to grade the administration’s start on foreign policy
The U.S. treasury secretary and the Italian prime minister have spent decades shaping this economy. But can they control what comes next?
After Trump, Biden’s top diplomat works to patch up relations with Ukraine—and with beleaguered U.S. diplomats
Failure to condemn anti-Palestinian violence will only further it.
Last week’s elections showed the Hindu nationalist party isn’t invincible, but the opposition will need to change tactics if it wants to stage a comeback.
Taiwan doesn’t have a U.S. embassy. But it’s got plenty of influence—and more to come.
The first minister’s party will almost certainly win the election this week, but the nationalist movement still faces divisions of its own.
As it goes full authoritarian, the Kremlin is targeting the last vestiges of civil society and independent media.
But he won’t be able to pull that off. Here’s why.
Unclear guidelines and fear of sanctions are stopping tech companies from selling products that would help Iranians access the internet freely and evade government surveillance.
How the self-styled “Asian Geneva” successfully navigated among Russia, China, and the West—at least for now.
The recent defense review lays out how to be a midsize power in a superpower world.
Slovakia’s prime minister lost his job to the pandemic, but his example serves as a warning to other corruption-fighters lacking governing experience.
Eritrea’s Isaias Afwerki has long coveted access to Ethiopia’s economy. His alliance with Abiy Ahmed will let him achieve his goals at the expense of Ethiopian sovereignty.
A new report about the Israel-Palestine conflict is morally damning—and politically irrelevant.
Washington shouldn’t assume its values are more attractive to others than Beijing’s.
“America is back” wrestles with the lingering imprint of “America First.”
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.
April brought a devastating COVID surge in India—plus the death of a royal in England, a raging fire in Northern Ireland, and a closely watched verdict in the United States.