Both the government and demonstrators are borrowing tactics from Hong Kong.
The announcement could end Sudan’s three decades as an international pariah. But it comes at a cost.
Westerners are overrepresented in senior positions across the world body.
A rare about-face by the embattled president and calls by the opposition for a general strike set the stage for a new phase in the two-month-old battle for the country’s political future.
After a confrontation with the royal motorcade, the government is cracking down.
For all the chaos, the Trump administration has notched some notable victories abroad. The question is whether they outweigh everything else Trump brought to Washington—and the world.
Trump’s most enduring legacy might be the long-term repudiation of international law.
It risks Trump burrowing loyalists into career positions to undermine a Biden administration, multiple former officials say.
Mike Pompeo’s rush to placate Trump and release old emails from Hillary Clinton worries many in the State Department who fear both its illegality and interference in the election.
In the military parade celebrating the 75th anniversary of the founding of the ruling communist party, Pyongyang showed its claws and sought to bolster domestic support for the regime.
Religious violence is growing despite the pandemic.
Nineteen years ago, the United States began its war in Afghanistan. What is it leaving behind?