Little separates various Indian political parties on the economy. That’s why the prime minister’s new government is making its mark by delivering on its social and cultural agenda.
Why the U.S. president is befriending the beleaguered prime minister.
But nobody is interested in doing anything about it.
Maybe, but only if he realizes what his real job is—and if the president lets him do it.
Without better infrastructure for using U.S.-made weapons systems, the Arab countries will keep coming up short.
The ANC government must acknowledge that xenophobic violence is a hate crime and a betrayal of the African allies that aided it during the darkest days of apartheid.
China risks becoming a point of chronic contention between the United States and Israel.
In the wake of the drone attacks on Saudi Arabia, the Russian president has positioned himself as a peacemaker. But continued conflict is his friend.
Billed as a safe pair of hands, Ursula von der Leyen is about to find out that caution can only take her so far.
Racist images taint a prime minister who painted himself as a liberal savior.
Most South Asians are too young to have experienced the horrors of the conflicts fought in the region. That’s one reason why they’re quick to clamor for one.
Across the West, the main trigger of populism has been the growing inequality—and hostility—between urban and rural regions.
Attacks on Saudi Arabia prove that, when it comes to oil, Washington still isn’t close to being master of its own fate.