Corbyn and Anti-Semitism
How allegations of anti-Semitism in the Labour Party became a central issue in Britain’s election campaign.
An American in Mosul
Journalist Mike Giglio provides an eyewitness account of a key battle against the Islamic State.
Iranian Spy Games Revealed
What a trove of leaked Iranian cables tells us about Iran’s influence in Iraq.
How to Reverse the Global Drift Toward Authoritarianism
Brookings President John Allen on why autocrats are rising and what to do about it.
The Syrian Filmmaker Who Risked Her Life to Document the Atrocities in Aleppo
Waad al-Kateab’s film focuses on one of the hardest-hit cities in Syria’s ongoing conflict.
How to Boost the Economies of Africa
Brookings scholar Landry Signé on why the continent underperforms when it comes to trade and what can be done about it.
The Jerusalem Murder That Set Off a War
An Israeli drama series on HBO about the 2014 murder of a Palestinian teen stirs compassion and controversy.
How to Manage North Korea
Brookings senior fellow Jung H. Pak on why the United States has failed to prevent North Korea from developing nuclear weapons and what to do about it.
Lebanon’s Arab Spring?
Protesters are directing their anger at the political elite for years of corruption and mismanagement.
How to Repair Venezuela’s Shattered Economy
Brookings scholar Dany Bahar on how the crisis unfolded and what to do about it.
When the U.S. Turns Its Back on Allies
A former U.S. intelligence officer explains what happens to locals who helped the United States when troops leave a conflict zone.
How to Heal the NATO Alliance
Brookings scholar Victoria Nuland on why it’s troubled and what to do about it.
How North African Migrants Ended Up in Permanent Detention
The Irish journalist Sally Hayden has traced the story of many of them.