As coups spread across the region, insecurity is growing—and international military involvement could make it worse.
The 12-month mandate will aim to combat gang violence by providing additional security and stopping global arms sales.
A German politician’s ties to a Chinese influence network are part of a pattern across Central and Eastern Europe.
One department now oversees everything from religion to winter sports to influence operations.
The Postwar Global Order That Never Happened
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Samuel Zipp is a cultural and intellectual historian at Brown University. His latest book is The Idealist: Wendell Willkie’s Wartime Quest to Build One World.