“Quo Vadis, Aida?” could do for the Srebrenica massacre what “Schindler’s List” accomplished for the Holocaust.
So far, policymakers have maintained strong ties with both nations. In 2021, they may face a point of no return.
To secure Beijing’s economic and regional interests, a reliable democratic government is better than an unpredictable and expansionist military junta.
To make serious progress, bipartisanship will be needed.
One year after the world declared borders shut, there is still no plan to reduce the toll on millions of lives.
If the government continues to pile up debt without necessary reforms, it will set its economy on the road to ruin.
False realities have been part of the U.S. political scene for decades.
A long-awaited intelligence report comes as Biden reassesses the United States’ relationship with Saudi Arabia.
Democrats in Congress signaled they were uneasy with the move and are demanding answers from the White House.
The Biden administration wants to downgrade the region. Here are the countries he can ignore—and the ones he can’t.
The new U.S. president believes in the legitimacy of American power. Does the rest of the world?
A Syrian American doctor describes the devastation in Idlib, Syria.
A U.S. judge awards $2.3 billion to the crew of the spy ship seized by North Korea and their families.