The dystopian series reflects a “winner-take-all” mentality and South Koreans’ economic frustrations ahead of presidential elections.
A former top U.S. intelligence official is joining the White House to help craft a new Africa strategy.
But Benny Gantz also threatens military action if Tehran develops nukes.
The informal deal offers common ground with Beijing and a blow to Myanmar’s hopes of legitimacy.
The legislation could also force a ruling on whether the military junta committed genocide against the Rohingya.
A month ago, the United Nations was pulling its staff out of Afghanistan. Now, it’s headed back in to avert a major humanitarian crisis.
The agency has a long history of extracting people from danger zones.
Experts said Washington needs an envoy to help shepherd Sudan’s tenuous transition to democracy.
What life is like for the quarter-million residents of fortress villages in Tibet.
Senators quietly press U.S. President Joe Biden to reassess U.S.-Nigeria relations amid human rights concerns.
John Bass has served in some of the most difficult diplomatic assignments abroad, including Turkey and Afghanistan.
Six years after Washington gave $5 million to set up a war crimes court, nothing has happened.