Trump borrowed from the playbook of his favorite dictator, Egypt’s Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, by inciting a mob to launch an insurrection.
Pro-Sahrawi U.S. commentators ignore the territory’s history and the international community’s shifting stance toward the conflict.
The country needs stronger institutions to bolster public confidence in the democratic system. The international community can help.
As long as the Renaissance Dam remains an instrument in Ethiopia’s bid to control the Blue Nile, negotiations are doomed.
A collapsing relationship could create a lost generation of experts.
The NGOs and activists criticizing the commission’s inaugural report are distorting its contents.
Washington has no right to impose snapback sanctions on Tehran because it is no longer a participant in the Iran nuclear deal.
Shaming violators alone won’t stop the use of child soldiers and other human rights abuses. Defending children’s rights requires engagement with governments and armed groups.
The foundational international relations theory has been revealed to be far less realistic than it claims.
Repeated attempts by Catalan secessionists to break away are increasing polarization and preventing reconciliation.
Randomized controlled trials aren't perfect, but a new generation of development economists is building on the work of the Nobel laureates and pushing the field in ambitious new directions.
Declassified evidence shows that Iranians, including clerics, played a significant role in the events of Aug. 19, 1953—and that after an earlier failed coup attempt, the CIA was left in the dark.
The Spanish Supreme Court isn’t trying to make an example of Catalan secessionist leaders by handing down tough sentences. It is merely upholding the country’s constitution.