As vice president, Harris would be ready to go toe-to-toe with adversaries, both foreign and domestic.
His administration wants to trigger the JCPOA’s snapback mechanism, but he probably can’t do that from the outside.
The failed extradition of a child pornographer highlights the Korean legal system’s laxity toward a certain kind of criminal.
They’ve been disproportionately affected by job losses, and now new jobs may first go to men.
Younger Afghans are on a mission to change how their country talks about life, death, and freedom.
In congressional hearings this week, it just needs to figure out how to better implement the legislation.
The world’s “best place to be a woman” is far more dangerous than its reputation suggests.
By removing Saudi Arabia and other serial violators of children’s human rights from the annual list of shame, António Guterres is weakening one of the U.N.’s most effective accountability mechanisms.
Desperate families face risky job offers, dubious loans, and online predators.
A refusal to confront colonial atrocities persists in the Netherlands.
Tehran’s new strategic partnership with Beijing will give the Chinese a strategic foothold and strengthen Iran’s economy and regional clout.
Under cover of the pandemic, the administration has removed chapters on democracy, secularism, and citizenship from schoolbooks.