Essays on how social democracy can save the world, as well as counterpoints on why capitalism remains the best way for populations to thrive.
The fight on Chinese disinformation has become dangerously partisan.
In 1997, the former Soviet leader needed money, and Pizza Hut needed a spokesman. Greatness ensued.
Beginning with special representative James Jeffrey, U.S. officials consistently misread the threat from Turkey.
Zabulon Simentov has seen it all, and now, like all Afghans, he must embrace a future filled with uncertainty and violence.
The race for the top job at an obscure U.N. agency tested great-power influence on the world stage—and Beijing coasted into a victory over Washington.
How to fix U.S. democracy, populism, trade, and other pressing issues.
The European Union is funding the Libyan coast guard to keep migrants out of Europe and detain them in a failed state—and that leaves them at the mercy of militias and human traffickers.
Decriminalization saves lives. But Canada is only just accepting that reality—and the United States is even further behind.
Forty years ago, a U.S. satellite detected the telltale signs of a nuclear explosion. An analysis of the evidence today points to a clandestine nuclear test, a Carter administration cover-up, and only one country that was willing and able to carry it out: Israel.
Find out how the Democrats agree and differ on key global issues.
Dramatic projects to mitigate global warming often don’t work. Slow, quiet, incremental policies are the planet’s best hope.