The country needs stronger institutions to bolster public confidence in the democratic system. The international community can help.
Sudan’s decision to forge ties with Israel is one more gift from the Trump administration.
With the world on fire from Thailand to Nigeria, there wasn’t much talk of international affairs in the final debate of the 2020 campaign—and when there was, both candidates defended flawed approaches to North Korea.
Confrontation with Iran almost dragged the United States into war. Détente would benefit all sides.
Presidents love making threats. They don’t work.
An entrenched sectarian political system, self-serving leaders leftover from the civil war, and a protest movement more ambitious than organized seem to have set Lebanon’s revolution back where it started.
The killing of a coloured teenager in Johannesburg exposed the fraught state of race relations in South Africa—and how the racial hierarchies created by apartheid continue to plague the country.
Years of quiet development are finally paying off, and Abu Dhabi’s defense industry can largely stand on its own feet.
Tangled in a geopolitical, economic, and global health storm, these African islands have charted a course to break free.
The announcement could end Sudan’s three decades as an international pariah. But it comes at a cost.