In her role as administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development, Samantha Power is often thrust into the forefront of some of the world’s biggest crises. From working to ensu...Show more
Last summer, the United States decided to end its longest war. But just days after the U.S. military withdrew from Afghanistan, Kabul fell—and the Taliban took control of the country. Aug....Show more
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The return of the Taliban may have ended the fighting. The suffering goes on.
Yet plenty of Western intellectuals and politicians still ignore what Moscow is saying loud and clear.
The prime minister’s annual Independence Day speech reflected how far political discourse has fallen in New Delhi.
A “game-changing” bill hits an impasse over programs in Haiti and Libya.
Countries like Italy and Spain now rely less on Russian gas, and for once, they may bail out Germany.