Data shows that members of the State Department and the military are investing in candidates who are not currently topping national polls.
This chart shows how that compares to the last 30 years of U.S. presidential security aides.
Data from Chinese firms shows a Beijing-dominated world would be a financial boost for autocrats.
New Delhi clamps down on internet access in Kashmir as it moves to limit the troubled region’s constitutional autonomy.
The markets think leaving the European Union won’t be a sterling outcome.
Beijing’s annual investments have plummeted from a 2016 peak to an eight-year low in 2018.
Candidates have faced fewer global questions since the elections of 2004 and 2008, but China and trade have remained consistently popular topics.
Three charts highlight Beijing’s growing interest in the Middle East and North Africa.
The latest World Press Freedom Index indicates the United States and other large democracies are reaching a tipping point.
A confidential U.N. report details the daily struggles of Venezuelans.