Of the 14 countries beyond the United Kingdom that retain Queen Elizabeth II as head of state, at least six in the Caribbean want out.
A propaganda win for Russia, a big battlefield boost, and a way to hide evidence of war crimes.
Your guide to Foreign Policy’s coverage of the war so far.
With a big push from a coalition of nearly 50 countries, can the landmark agreement pass?
The International Criminal Court has opened an investigation into Ukraine. Here’s what you need to know.
How the Canadian trucker protests became a big-tent rally of Canada’s growing far-right.
Russia says the Pentagon’s European missile defense isn’t so defensive after all. Does it have a point?
Why Tehran’s breakout time has shrunk—and the technological hurdles that remain.
The Collective Security Treaty Organization, explained.
Moscow has long chafed at Ukraine’s relationship with the West, so why the sudden urgency?
But additional economic sanctions under study could be more devastating to Moscow than the last ones were.