An open letter to the U.S. president with some advice about dealing with the Islamic Republic—and his own administration.
We know what the candidates want to talk about. Here's what journalists should be asking.
If the extradition law is eventually forced through the Hong Kong legislature, censorship of books will become commonplace in what has long been a bastion of publishing freedom.
The Arakan Army’s online propaganda campaign shows the tech company hasn’t yet figured out how to tackle hate speech on its platform.
Propaganda is getting an upgrade with technological tricks.
If John Bolton isn’t careful, he could go the way of William Clark, whose hawkish policies sowed White House discord.
Beijing’s soft sell to Taiwan and Hong Kong is falling apart.
It is time for Democratic candidates to come up with a realistic Plan B.
Bipartisan support of Ireland in the United States is stronger than ever, Dublin’s ambassador writes.
Belief in foreign spies is projection about the Party's own overseas activities.
The death of Mohamed Morsi is the latest milestone along the country’s slide into terminal irrelevance.
Britain's process for replacing Theresa May is hard-fought, high-stakes—and completely undemocratic.
Trump helped make Kim Jong Un a global statesman. Now China is using him to antagonize the United States.
Jared Kushner and Jason Greenblatt’s peace plan may not be the deal of the century, but there are interim steps that U.S. officials and Arab leaders could take to help stabilize the West Bank and Gaza.