Experts have long said extensive testing is the key to mitigating the pandemic. But an analysis of testing data shows low-income countries have few resources.
COVID-19 has strained medical systems worldwide, but some countries already lacked capacity long before the pandemic struck.
Three charts highlight Beijing’s growing interest in the Middle East and North Africa.
Khashoggi ordeal spotlights staffing gap at embassies around the world.
The latest disaster in Indonesia shows the need for the global system put in place in the wake of 2004’s devastating waves.
U.S. execution rates are at a historic low, but still higher than almost everybody else.
Visualizing one of history’s biggest global crises.
Spoiler alert: The United States gets the biggest slice of the pie.
While lawmakers and outgoing U.S. officials urge Trump not to let the ‘orphaned’ Arctic slip through the cracks.
The Islamic State keeps morphing, and the United States and its allies are struggling to keep up.
This map shows how many refugees each participating country would take under a recent EU proposal, and how those countries feel about it.