How the U.S. Navy lost the shipbuilding race.
History reveals a country’s rise and decline are directly related to the heft of its navy. So why is the United States intent on downsizing?
The United States can no longer claim to be the leader of the free world if it abandons strategic allies and vulnerable civilians.
Engaging with a Taliban government will be painful. Washington will have to do it anyway.
As the chances of evacuation dwindle, the West owes Afghans a chance at surviving in their own country.
Malaysian mothers can’t automatically pass on their nationality to foreign-born children. The pandemic has worsened the law’s ill effects.
Beijing recognizes promoting human rights and democracy is an ideological challenge. So should Washington.
Around 90 percent of Haitians speak only Haitian Creole. So why is school mostly conducted in French?
Democratic principles were largely irrelevant to the EU’s founding—but are at the center of the project today.
A new account of India’s state of emergency in the 1970s takes on fresh relevance amid its ongoing erosion of democracy.