On the podcast: José Andrés on food insecurity, Puerto Rico, and battling hunger.
Plus: The annual G-7 summit, U.S.-Taliban peace talks, and the other stories we’re following today.
This year’s summit of the leading industrial nations will be the most dysfunctional ever. Do the world’s central banks have the firepower to save the global economy?
The immigration issue is there for the taking for Democrats—if they don’t treat it as a culture war.
With more strategic investments, Japan may hold a key to sustainable development on the continent.
The private sector can give the United States a much-needed rocket boost.
In competing for lucrative reconstruction contracts, China, Italy, France, Russia, and others are preventing the conflict from ending.
Political paranoia is making it hard for the Chinese Communist Party to sell its own narrative.
Seoul’s decision to end a key agreement with Tokyo could undermine security in the region after a series of missile tests from Pyongyang.
Plus: Wildfires in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest, political gamesmanship in Italy, and the other stories we’re following today.
His fumbles with China, Iran, North Korea, India, and now Denmark are evidence of what the people who know him best have long said: The U.S. president is actually a poor negotiator.
Videos show Uighurs silently posing with photos of detained relatives.