Line and the Taiwanese government are working together to check facts.
The special relationship may survive, but the focus will be very different.
In the United Kingdom, an obscure partnership between business leaders and the military pulled the country back from the brink. The United States and other countries should replicate the model now.
Paul Biya’s regime is ignoring the battle against Boko Haram and the Islamic State and using foreign counterterrorism assistance to fund its brutal repression of citizens with legitimate grievances.
The Cameroonian government is seeking to implement a 1996 law it refused to enact for over two decades. The policy represents a fig leaf, not genuine decentralization, and will not resolve a crisis of Biya’s own making.
Central banks have kept their economies afloat this year—but political dysfunction is pushing them past the breaking point.
By championing freedom from religion while trampling freedom of religion, Macron is discrediting the Enlightenment in the eyes of Muslims—and strengthening the Islamists he vows to defeat.
The Trump administration is taking on China’s illegal catch—and Biden should do the same.
A race-based colonial mindset that views the continent as Europe’s playground and dismisses the concerns of Africans continues to fuel death and destruction.
The Oslo paradigm has proved dangerous for Palestinians. It’s time to look beyond it.
Surveys show Ghanaians have an opportunity to place much more pressure on their representatives than they currently do.
Political chaos has produced leaders with little power and no support.
Newly released documents expose the Islamic State leader’s betrayal of his comrades, which presents a golden opportunity to discredit the movement.
How to start a new—and overdue—chapter of trans-Atlantic relations.