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Scotland, six years after its last crack at independence, is hankering to be a “global good gal,” charting its own foreign-policy course independent of London.
Why Pankaj Mishra sees the ideology’s limits more clearly than its most powerful fans.
Republicans prepare to confirm her replacement as Democrats cry foul.
Washington’s reliance on sanctions and maximum pressure will make it harder to strike a new deal constraining Tehran’s nuclear ambitions.
What does it mean for an African nation to lead the global future?
A once-steady U.S. ally in Eastern — or possibly Central — Europe moves toward Beijing’s grip.
For the world’s premier superpowers to better confront new international threats, fresh strategic initiatives are needed in a challenging era.