James Kirchick chronicles how the persecution of gay men in Washington tragically altered 20th-century foreign policy.
Ukraine and Moldova are shortlisted for the European Union. Ask North Macedonia how that went.
Ukraine is calling out Russia’s “state nuclear terrorism.”
Seoul and Washington have pledged they’re ready to talk with a nuclear-testing North Korea—but they’re not getting any response.
It has driven a wedge between Sámi in Russia and those in Nordic countries.
Erdogan could force Finland’s and Sweden’s NATO bids to the wire—and perhaps beyond.
The Taliban can’t govern in normal times, let alone disaster response.
Almost 50 years ago, the United States liberalized abortion laws, and the world followed suit. Today, it joins Iran, North Korea, and Russia in rolling back reproductive rights.
How the former Russian president went from geeky technocrat to deranged war hawk.