A renowned “good cop” says police abuse and corruption are like the coronavirus, infecting departments throughout the world.
Under Pekka Haavisto, Helsinki tries to chart a path to a fossil fuel-free future.
A scholar of Indian politics says Modi’s unilateral move to revoke the disputed territory’s status “suggests a willingness to flout basic norms of democracy.”
Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid speaks on how to stand up against the far-right.
Michael Waltz, Congress’s first Green Beret, talks about the new Space Force and America’s budding commercial launch industry.
Latvia’s foreign minister on the demise of the U.S. missile treaty with Russia and NATO’s new focus on China.
Veteran diplomat William Burns on the U.S. president, Putin, Iraq, and the “militarization” of American diplomacy.
The president gave away much and got nothing in return, longtime U.S. diplomat says.
The president of Pakistani Kashmir explains why his country deserves far more credit for its role in the disputed region.
In reprisal for a deadly terrorist attack in Kashmir, the Indian government says it will divert river waters that downstream Pakistan has been counting on.
Former Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni discusses the upcoming Israeli election and why she bowed out.
On the 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution, a former political prisoner assesses the prospect of change in Iran.
In an interview, Afghanistan’s first female ambassador to Washington sets a hard line for Taliban peace talks.