List of News articles
Government Shutdown Threatens Key U.S. Initiative in Pacific
Chaos in Congress jeopardizes Biden’s efforts to re-up ties with Micronesia, Palau, and the Marshall Islands.
France’s Water War Has No End in Sight
As the country’s water reserves run low, tensions are running high.
Who’s Afraid of Europe’s Big, Bad Wolves?
Conservationists face off against farmers in a familiar man-versus-nature conflict.
Why Did Trudeau Dawdle on Chinese Election Meddling?
A new inquiry may expose Beijing’s reach in Ottawa.
Why Interest Rate Hikes Don’t Necessarily Tame Inflation
Adam Tooze answers listener questions about inflation.
Biden Takes Aim at Putin’s Soft Underbelly in Central Asia
Moscow’s war in Ukraine has created an opening for Washington as a new great game heats up
Congress Wants to Hold Sri Lanka’s Feet to the Fire on Human Rights
The United Nations has given the international community the greenlight to punish Sri Lanka for torture. Congress has taken it.
Trudeau Says India Likely Behind Murder of Canadian Sikh Leader
Hardeep Singh Nijjar’s assassination has created a diplomatic crisis.
Zelensky: ‘War Crimes Must Be Punished’
Ukraine’s president made an impassioned plea at the opening of the U.N. General Assembly to bring wrongdoers—such as Russia—to justice.
Ukraine Is Getting Its Abrams—but Not What It Really Wants
U.S. military support for Kyiv continues, but political resistance means no long-range fire.
What Washington Wants From the United Nations This Week
Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield on reforming the world’s biggest multilateral organization.
Hungary Is Not Out to Scuttle Sweden and NATO
Orban just wants the Swedes to kiss the ring. Turkey might still be a problem.