A veteran observer of elections in troubled countries describes the undeniable parallels.
For me, Diplomacy is an addictive quarantine hobby. For my high school frenemy, it was training for the Trump administration.
The damage done to U.S. standing in Asia will take decades to repair.
China won round one, and round two went to Russia. Can the United States and its allies take the third?
The country has good reason to want first-strike capabilities. But the actual state of its arsenal suggests that it won’t get them.
Tough on China or not, a second term would only spell more misery for Tibetans and other communities victimized by Beijing.
A once-meaningful event has been hollowed out. Here’s how to fix it.
Members of the criminal underworld have long turned to politics to avoid prosecution. Ousting one set of corrupt leaders in favor of another won’t end the country’s crisis.
Transatlantic relations are at a low point. But there are reasons why even Trump might want to mend them.
In interviews with former Islamic State members in hiding, religious concerns have been replaced with more quotidian worries.
Presidents love making threats. They don’t work.
Washington can reduce Moscow’s influence and support Kurdish allies without a large troop presence in the region.
The killing of a coloured teenager in Johannesburg exposed the fraught state of race relations in South Africa—and how the racial hierarchies created by apartheid continue to plague the country.