The West is obsessing about how its democracies are under attack—except when it comes to all the self-inflicted damage.
The French president’s recent speech is a sign that moderate leaders are waking up to the threat posed by political Islam.
Markets took a new tumble on Monday as WHO indicated a global pandemic may be on the way. If coronavirus becomes 2020’s biggest story, what should the world prepare for?
Experts can't stop restrictions, but they can mitigate them.
The country has sealed its borders — but an outbreak would be a chance for the United States to do good.
The Davos-inspired era of unrestrained globalization is over, and companies should start putting the national interests of their home countries ahead of profits.
The U.K.’s new points system will keep low-skilled non-English speakers out, pleasing pro-Brexit voters but devastating entire sectors—from agriculture to health care.
Many Indians lack the documents needed to prove citizenship—and Muslims are in the firing line.
Economic models often fail to account for hidden assumptions. Ignoring the importance of trust and belonging in society may be hurting New Delhi more than policymakers understand.
Pompeo's plan to make peace with the resurgent Taliban is a sad reminder of all that went wrong in Afghanistan—and how it could have been otherwise.
Cambodia’s autocrat is putting his own people at risk to court his Chinese backers.
Intelligence services do their job by staying out of politics. Donald Trump’s new intelligence chief could end all that.