Can Lebanon’s Elections Pull the Country Out of an Abyss?
On Sunday, Lebanese go to the polls for the first time since their 2019 uprising.
Moldova Welcomes Ukrainian Refugees but Fears for Its Own Future
The country has offered solidarity to neighbors fleeing Russia’s war. Will it get more support from the EU?
Will Argentina’s Stolen Generation Be Forgotten?
Far-right leaders want to erase the memory of the junta’s disappeared. The fight to remember them is now in the hands of Argentine youth.
India Abandons the Rohingyas
A deliberately ambiguous refugee policy allows the government to deny shelter to Muslims fleeing persecution.
Inside Sri Lanka’s Unprecedented Mass Protests
Demonstrators have already made an impact but lack a unified agenda—and face a state notorious for crushing dissent.
France Braces for High-Stakes Rematch Between Macron and Le Pen
For two weeks, the French president and the far-right leader have been vying for the left-wing vote—and it’s still up for grabs.
Germany Is Displacing Afghan Refugees to Make Way for Ukrainians
Hundreds of Afghans who fled the Taliban have been evicted as an even larger flood of Ukrainian war refugees arrive.
Ecuador’s Distant Dream of a Green Recovery
The debt-saddled country is struggling to meet its climate goals under IMF austerity.
Conflict Complicates Energy Policy Shift in Eastern Europe
Romania planned to use gas as an intermediary in the transition to renewable energy. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could change that calculation.
Le Pen’s Late Surge Could Be Another French Revolution
Emmanuel Macron was meant to cruise to victory. For the first time, the French far right has a real chance to win.
The Secrets to Viktor Orban’s Success
Hungary’s prime minister will likely win a fourth consecutive election with an original political formula.
Hungary’s Orban Stronger at Home, Weaker Abroad Ahead of Elections
Hopes have faded for Hungary’s united opposition, but Budapest’s neutrality on Russia’s war in Ukraine has cost Orban in Europe.
Moldovans Worry Putin Could Come for Them Next
The small country is welcoming refugees—and watching Russia.
Fleeing Ukraine’s Last Safe Haven
Hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians have fled to Lviv since the war began. But Russian attacks are getting closer.
Georgia Threatens to Sue Its Own President Over Her Support for Ukraine
Georgia’s ruling party, if not its populace, wants to appease the Kremlin. Georgia’s president does not.
Lviv Becomes the Center of Ukraine’s Resistance
With the east in flames, the western Ukrainian city houses refugees, aid workers, and diplomats seeking to turn the tide of war.
‘The World Must Know What Happened to Us’
After weeks of siege by the Russians, some in Mariupol are finally escaping the bombs, the burning buildings, and the bodies.
Ukraine’s Mothers Are the Heart of the War
Women separated from their husbands have become a symbol of the country’s moral standing.
Hungary’s Orban Pivots Away From Putin as Elections Loom
For 12 years, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has carried water for Putin. Now, he’s wavering.