The French Senegalese writer David Diop revises the modernist archetype with a protagonist long excluded from World War I literature: the African soldier on the front lines.
The former U.S. president frankly assesses foreign leaders he met—and many fail to earn his esteem.
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The 35th president grew up wealthy, privileged, callow—and extremely sensitive to the weakness of others.
Apple TV+ premieres series by the director of “Homeland” that captivated Israelis this summer.
Why Pankaj Mishra sees the ideology’s limits more clearly than its most powerful fans.
The bestselling book “Caste” brilliantly frames racial hierarchies in the United States but largely ignores the horrors of India’s caste structure.
‘Under Beijing’s Shadow’ lays out in compelling detail how China is working to dominate the region.
The most persuasive portrait of Angela Merkel’s decision-making five years ago is featured in a new television film.
“The Madman Theory” hands Trump a foreign-policy report card.
Anne Applebaum wants to understand rising illiberalism but is clinging to a Cold War moral framework that no longer applies.
A murder mystery is an indictment of Australia’s draconian immigration policy that has left many legitimate asylum-seekers detained, deported, or dead.