A new initiative to amplify foreign policy coverage by and about women.

An Indonesian health official monitors as passengers from an international flight have their temperature checked as they pass a thermal scanner monitor upon arrival at the Adisucipto International Airport on January 23, 2020 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

Virus Travel Bans Are Inevitable But Ineffective

Experts can't stop restrictions, but they can mitigate them.

An Islamic State billboard is seen destroyed in the middle of a road in Qaraqosh, Iraq, on Nov. 8, 2016.

Reintegrating Ex-Terrorists

Entrepreneurship can help reintegrate former militants—and may be useful for U.S. criminal justice reform, too.

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A Mongolian woman walks along a road on the outskirts of Ulaanbaatar on July 13, 2016.

Living While Female in Mongolia

The country has some of the worst rates of sexual violence in Asia—and old attitudes are proving hard to change.

Muslim women hold placards during a protest rally held against India's new citizenship law.

India’s New Laws Hurt Women Most of All

New Delhi wants people to prove their citizenship. But Indian women are the demographic least likely to possess paperwork.

A woman walks past electoral billboards bearing a portrait of Israeli Prime Minister and Likud party chairman Benjamin Netanyahu in Tel Aviv, Israel, on Sept. 4, 2019.

In Israel’s Endless Elections, Female Candidates Have Been the Biggest Losers

Party mergers and other systemic problems have buried the country’s once-vaunted female political leadership.

Seventeen-year-old Louch Vi feeds her two sons at her hut in the Mondulkiri region of Cambodia on Feb. 9, 2018. Louch said she and her sons go days at a time without food.

The World’s Mothers Are Watching Ever More Babies Die of Starvation

Malnutrition is passed from one generation to the next between mother and child—unless someone commits to stopping the deadly cycle.

Mexico's Andrés Manuel López Obrado

Mexican Diplomacy Has Gone Feminist

Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s administration has boldly reoriented its foreign policy toward gender equality.

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A student shows a letter from the Indonesian health ministry

Indonesian Screening May Be Missing Virus Carriers

The popular tourist destination has had no coronavirus cases. Is that good luck—or bad testing?

Venezuelan migrant Johan Castillo receives cakes on his birthday from members of the Red Cross in Bucaramanga, Colombia, on Dec. 17, 2019.

Could Venezuela’s Loss Be Latin America’s Gain?

The world’s second-largest refugee crisis could change North and South America for the better, but host countries can’t shoulder the burden without international help.

A man begs for money in the snow along 42nd Street in Times Square in New York on March 21, 2018.

America Needs a New Economic Philosophy. Foreign Policy Experts Can Help.

The United States cannot get grand strategy right if it gets economic policy wrong.

An Indian farmer takes a selfie on a smartphone in Jaipur on Jan. 9, 2019.

Is India Betting Big on Huawei?

A divided domestic telecoms industry, disagreement within the central government, and a desire for India to develop its own systems have made the country’s calculations on 5G all the more complicated.

Indonesian health officials stand next to a banner showing information about the Wuhan coronavirus at Juanda International Airport in Sidoarjo, East Java, on Jan. 30.

Wuhan Virus Boosts Indonesian Anti-Chinese Conspiracies

Wild claims of Chinese plots are spreading fast on social media.

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