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The End of Nagorno-Karabakh
Armenians’ mass exodus from the contested region raises the specter of ethnic cleansing.
What in the World?
Test yourself on the week of Sept. 23: France makes moves in Niger, Egypt sets a date for presidential elections, and Armenians flee Nagorno-Karabakh.
U.S. Fears Sudan’s War Will Worsen Humanitarian Crisis
“Pick your calamity,” said one former top U.S. diplomat.
The U.S. Cannot Afford to Lose a Soft-Power Race With China
With a government shutdown looming, Washington’s key diplomatic assets have become a political bargaining chip.
Eastern Libya’s Rulers Crack Down on Protests—Not Shoddy Infrastructure
Libyan authorities invited journalists to cover the floods. Their window of welcome quickly closed.
Iran Is Exploiting Divisions and U.S. Inaction in Iraqi Kurdistan
While Washington sits idly by, the region is on the brink of falling into Tehran’s orbit.
U.S. Defense Secretary Tours Africa
Austin touts U.S. as best alternative to Russia and China during visit.
Attention-Seekers and Autocrats Are a Combustible Mix
Geopolitical provocateurs can cause serious diplomatic headaches.
Green Hydrogen Isn’t a Silver Bullet
World leaders are betting big on clean hydrogen. How much of it is hype?