Law enforcement in South Korea is still woefully behind.
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The solution could be establishing a clear-cut quota system for the number of reporters in each country.
Meet Trump, the pro-immigrant friend of the Latino community, and Andrés Manuel López Obrador, a market-friendly unconditional ally of the U.S.
  • 6 hours ago
New leader Michael Pack seems committed to hobbling the organization’s mission.
Our government bureaucracy is both bloated and starved.
It should spur further reconsideration of the supposedly strategic U.S.-Egypt relationship.
Can the Trump administration counter Beijing's investment offensive?
Subservience is never good diplomacy.
Beijing is on the offensive — and the president's treatment of U.S. allies is playing into its hands.
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Removing statues is just the first step of a longer, more difficult process.
This was not the first time that I have been subjected to cyberbullying or a coordinated campaign against me on social media.
  • 2 days ago
The U.S. and Mexican presidents defied all political expectations to protect an important alliance.
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Authorities detain Xu Zhangrun, champion of openness and critic of Beijing’s virus coverup.
So-called nationalists see Kashmir not through the prism of humanity but through dangerous, misguided and blind patriotism.
Even for a nascent democracy like Pakistan, under military rule for much of its existence, the arrest and ongoing detention of Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman is novel and tragic.
  • 4 days ago
New reports show China is committing atrocities.
China has arguably moved a step closer to preparing for war with the island democracy that sits 90 miles off its coast.
By subverting term limits through a fraudulent vote, Putin has become illegitimate de jure; in the same league with rogue regimes that had employed this trick before.
The Trump administration’s silence continues to enable Sissi’s attack on the media.
A grim new chapter in the Saudi “Game of Thrones” battle for control of the kingdom appears to be underway, as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman prepares corruption and disloyalty charges against his predecessor and onetime rival.
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As things stand, there is certainly no “greatest deal ever” between Serbia and Kosovo coming in the Rose Garden on Saturday.
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The Chinese, in a single night, have made India reset its relationship.
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Some advocates of national service argue that it should be mandatory, like the draft.
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Can the Trump administration counter Beijing's investment offensive?
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The national security adviser this week attacked the Chinese Communist Party in language that harked back to Cold War times.
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New leader Michael Pack seems committed to hobbling the organization’s mission.
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