Big Tech ignored policies that enable disinformation and propaganda across the continent.
Not building on the Abraham Accords has been the biggest missed opportunity of his first year.
By purging veteran politicians, abandoning the pretense of free elections, and letting the welfare state decay, Tehran is playing with fire.
The slow fall of the nation-state’s monopoly on violence will shape future conflicts.
Washington may be tired of the Middle East, but Beijing is just getting started.
Why Tehran’s breakout time has shrunk—and the technological hurdles that remain.
A new book details how South Sudan’s founders forcibly conscripted tens of thousands of children.
Persistent contact with fake news disrupts even stable societies—but in war zones, it can be lethal.
A canceled presidential election might be just what the country needs.
The Chinese foreign minister’s island hopping is the latest sign of contestation over the Indo-Pacific.