Ukraine Won’t Stop Fighting the Nord Stream Deal
Kyiv feels let down by supposed allies in Berlin and Washington.
How a Dream Job Became a Bureaucratic Nightmare for a Top U.N. Lawyer
Chief advocate for alleged terrorists sanctioned by the United Nations announces his resignation citing red tape, rule-of-law issues.
Macron’s Big Vaccination Gamble
The French president is making vaccines mandatory for many—sparking fresh protests ahead of next year’s elections.
Biden’s Surrender to Merkel on Nord Stream 2
His support for the pipeline abandoned a bipartisan consensus, got nothing in return, and made the world less secure.
Why Is Everyone Going to Iceland?
How Reykjavik successfully managed the pandemic and brought tourism back.
The Minsk Group Is Meaningless
The OSCE’s peace effort in Nagorno-Karabakh is outdated and unhelpful. Laying it to rest can pave the way for real reconciliation and reconstruction.
Biden at Six Months: How Successful Is His Foreign Policy?
Foreign Policy asked nine global experts for their takes on the administration’s agenda.
Cracks Are Growing in the Erdogan Regime
Turkey is more politically unstable today than at any other point in recent years.
The Racial Violence of Climate Change
It’s time to speak plainly about the deadly effects of global warming—and their unjust impact across racial lines.
Europe’s Super League Is Dead, but UEFA Needs Reform
European soccer administrators have stifled the beautiful game. It’s time to rein them in.
Hungary’s Opposition Smells Blood in the Water
After three straight electoral victories by Viktor Orban, an unlikely coalition senses a chance to halt the country’s slide into authoritarianism.
How Serbia Became China’s Dirty-Energy Dumping Ground
Belgrade is vital to Beijing’s Belt and Road Initiative. But as China takes over old industrial sites, Serbian citizens are suffering the environmental consequences.
Will the United States and Europe Break Up Over China?
Biden and Merkel will make all the right noises at their meeting this week. But deep transatlantic tensions persist.
The Undeniable Pessimism of Angela Merkel
Hovering over Germany’s China policy is a cloud of gloom and fear.
In Bosnia, Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied
The terrible truth is decades after the Bosnian War, the world has become too accustomed to war crimes.
The Dangerous Farce of Late-Stage Orbanism
Lashing out at vulnerable minorities is the hallmark of a weak bully who fears losing power.
Turkey’s Left-Wing ‘Squad’ Is Coming for Erdogan
A new party is betting that unabashed leftist politics is the only way to defeat the president.