Lebanon’s Saad Hariri is back by unpopular demand, IR scholars give Trump an F-, and Beltway insiders’ favorite board game.
America’s second-largest immigrant group mostly supports Democratic candidates, but support for Trump has grown since the 2016 election.
The U.S. administration exports anti-abortion policies abroad and strips international agreements of references to “sexual orientation” and “gender identities.”
A focus on women’s health care should be the basis of any plan for equality.
Hundreds of Islamic State-affiliated women are optimistic that Baghdad will soon have to let them go.
Afghanistan's future needs to include more than just those who hold guns. Here’s how to make that happen.
Years of quiet development are finally paying off, and Abu Dhabi’s defense industry can largely stand on its own feet.
The right-wing government in Warsaw has weaponized a 2016 anti-terrorism law to ruthlessly pursue suspected foreign terrorists while ignoring homegrown threats.
In a crucial state like Michigan, Joe Biden will have to convince skeptical Palestinians that he won’t leave them in the lurch—again.
The U.N.’s diversity problem, why Americans are giving up on democracy, and Germany’s successful—yet broken—integration experiment.
Around the world, emergency powers are chipping away at democracy—sometimes with public support.