Politics in the country have followed familiar cycles of violence and collapse.
Picking Kamala Harris as his running mate underscores that Joe Biden is not looking for extra heft on foreign policy—but he’s reaching out with several firsts.
Twelve months since the Modi government announced the repeal of India’s Article 370, communications are still slow, arrests are routine, and the pandemic rages on.
Is the guilty verdict in the prime minister’s corruption trial a sign of hope or business as usual?
Geopolitics, water security, and health will keep the dispute over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam alive.
From insurgent groups to charities, a range of nongovernmental organizations are stepping in to respond to the coronavirus crisis.
Refugees, migrant laborers, and the global poor are especially susceptible to the pandemic. There’s little time to bridge the gap between haves and have-nots.
Concentration camps, surveillance, and spies keep the community under tight control.
Part 2 in our look at the Trump appointees who got the ax—and who resigned in the nick of time.