Rep. Chrissy Houlahan talks about new legislation that would require the Pentagon to ensure access to critical defense minerals.
After high-level assassinations, the country may still be in danger, says Human Rights Watch expert Felix Horne.
Badiucao's work has brought him praise from critics — and threats from Beijing.
The University of Chicago trade expert Robert Gulotty says the global trading system will likely survive, though it has never before had to fend off the country that built it.
Turkmenistan is so repressive it is even worse than in Soviet times, says editor Ruslan Myatiev.
Judges declined to overturn colonial-era laws criminalizing same-sex relationships. Human Rights Watch’s Neela Ghoshal says it’s a setback with regional repercussions.
The economist Joseph Stiglitz still mistrusts markets. But he’s worried "democratic socialism" will cost the Dems the 2020 election.
European elections this month are not simply a faceoff between anti-EU and pro-EU forces, says Mark Leonard of the European Council on Foreign Relations.
Sudan’s transition hangs in the balance, says Zachariah Mampilly, an expert on protest movements and African politics.
So says Iraq’s new electricity minister a year after blackouts sparked violent riots across the country.
The Belarusian leader may forge a “union state” with Moscow, says former political opponent Andrei Sannikov.
Economist Patrick Chovanec says it could still work, but the president could play a much better hand by bringing in U.S. allies.
Sen. Angus King warns of the danger of the Trump administration’s latest actions against Iran and the continued threat from the Islamic State.