Slovakia’s prime minister lost his job to the pandemic, but his example serves as a warning to other corruption-fighters lacking governing experience.
How the EU president’s family connections explain her rise to power—and failures using it during the pandemic.
Veteran diplomat Nasser al-Qudwa could prompt a realignment within Palestinian politics.
Muslims need their own nationwide party, he believes. And he’s going to build it.
Jake Sullivan, Biden’s “once-in-a-generation intellect,” is facing a once-in-a-generation challenge.
At 73, Malaysia’s embattled opposition leader has had the top job snatched away from him every time.
The ambitious head of the IAEA is reinventing the nuclear watchdog—though some fear he’s spreading the agency too thin.
How the prime minister of a tiny group of Pacific islands has become an international power player.
Biden’s nominee to be U.S. trade representative is admired on both sides of the aisle, but she faces some of the toughest conditions ever when it comes to winning over the rest of the world.
Linda Thomas-Greenfield is set to take center stage at the United Nations.
Through radical protest, Stella Nyanzi has become a thorn in long-serving President Yoweri Museveni’s side. Now, she could be headed to parliament.
As the number of U.S. forces on the ground dwindles and Russian and Iranian propaganda efforts increase, Col. Myles Caggins prepared the soldiers who remain for information warfare.