The Coronavirus Could Finally Kill the Wild Animal Trade
The outbreak may be the push needed to help prevent zoonotic diseases.
World Stock Markets Begin Betting on a Coronavirus Slowdown
Big declines in the United States, Europe, and Asia and an inverted yield curve indicate market players are starting to fear the worst.
Hosni Mubarak Is Dead, and His Downfall Is His Legacy
The Egyptian strongman’s presidency ended in 2011, but the factors that led to his political demise remain.
How America’s First Jewish President Could Be Tougher on Israel Than His Predecessors
Bernie Sanders, if he wins the White House, could be the first U.S. leader in more than 40 years to declare Jewish settlements illegal.
Death on the Nile
Hosni Mubarak ruled Egypt for three decades, leaving a legacy of oppression and corruption.
There’s a Solution to Catalonia’s Crisis. Spain’s King Is Standing in the Way.
Royal inflexibility is weakening Pedro Sánchez’s ability to negotiate while encouraging Catalan secessionists.
State Department Struggling on Diversity, New Report Finds
The most comprehensive study to date shows that State has in some ways become less diverse than it was in 2002.
Get Ready for Closed Borders and Crashing Markets
Markets took a new tumble on Monday as WHO indicated a global pandemic may be on the way. If coronavirus becomes 2020’s biggest story, what should the world prepare for?
The West Is About to Fail the Coronavirus Test
China made huge mistakes managing the outbreak. The rest of the world may not do any better.
Emmanuel Macron’s War on Islamism Is Europe’s Future
The French president’s recent speech is a sign that moderate leaders are waking up to the threat posed by political Islam.
What Trump Really Doesn’t Get About Trade
The U.S. president has disrupted the global economy for three years based on misguided notions about trade deficits. Now it’s Europe’s turn.
Beyond Deutsche: U.S. Banks Also Implicated in Dubious Partnerships Abroad
Investigators say big banks in the United States and elsewhere too often fail to do due diligence on investors.
Foreign Interference Starts at Home
The West is obsessing about how its democracies are under attack—except when it comes to all the self-inflicted damage.
How Do You Keep China’s Economy Running With 750 Million in Quarantine?
The “demon virus” threat has rattled the confidence of many Chinese in the regime’s ability to protect people’s lives and jobs.
5G Explained – Part Two
In this second of three parts, FP Analytics explores 5G's development and its global commercial and geopolitical implications.
In West Africa, U.S. Military Struggles for Scarce Resources as Terrorism Threat Grows
Tensions with Iran almost scuttled a major international training exercise in the Sahel.
Virus Travel Bans Are Inevitable But Ineffective
Experts can't stop restrictions, but they can mitigate them.