An unofficial visit by nationalist European leaders to Kashmir highlights the solidarity of far-right movements across the globe.
The Russian president’s amateur history lessons are outraging neighboring countries. While he is right to criticize a recent EU Parliament resolution, his historical revisionism doesn’t stand up to scrutiny.
A controversial case has put an unwelcome spotlight on the Japanese justice system.
As the state’s new digital consumer protection act shows, with global governance in retreat, the search for regulatory backdoors is on.
George Clooney’s pioneering data project documented horrors in Sudan, but that wasn’t enough.
The Trump administration’s ultimatums about the Chinese tech giant are forcing the Spanish government to choose between a close ally and a vital trading partner.
Activists fret about armies relying on killer robots, but some forms of artificial intelligence that don’t actually pull the trigger could still be a nightmare
Mikhail Mishustin used the art of surveillance to master the science of tax revenue collection. Now he may lend that expertise to enhance Putin’s authoritarian state.
Russia has played all sides in the conflict to get a seat at the negotiating table. Now it wants an end to sanctions.
The problem isn’t trade or corporations—it’s the monopolization by professional groups of high-profit services.
And moves like his Jan. 15 announcement generally work—both to secure a leader’s power and ensure a favorable transition down the road.