Global Opinions

Tackling the urgent coronavirus crisis will require statesmanship, not the sort of U.S. political considerations embodied by the current candidate.
  • 13 hours ago
New allegations remind us Saudi Arabia is led by a ruthless despot.
The optics and ethics of French President Emmanuel Macron’s visit were certainly striking.
  • 1 day ago
Stereotype-heavy theories do not provide much insight for understanding what’s actually going on in North America.
The fatal shooting of an 18-year-old Latino man prompted an immediate uproar and mass protests.
We can be sure that on Sunday evening, the electoral authorities will announce that Lukashenko has been reelected. But the key thing is what happens next.
Beyoncé's film is a showcase of Black internationalism, a testimony to the fact that Black people have found ways to grow and thrive despite oppression.
For us in the diaspora, these were our friends, our family members, our loved ones.
  • 3 days ago
Germans have been ambivalent about their relationship to the U.S. for the past 70 years.
  • 3 days ago
How the administration is trying to create facts on the ground.
Alexander Lukashenko cannot grasp what is taking place in his own country.
Let’s hope the United States and the West are able to follow through to curtail Beijing's ambitions before it’s too late.
The WE charity scandal speaks to the persistence of the assumption that when possible, government work should be farmed out to third-party organizations.
When that is combined with an economic collapse, unpredictable becomes unbearable and deadly.
  • 4 days ago
The doomsday devices cured the insanity of industrial war by replacing it with another brand of madness, predicated on mutually assured destruction.
The lack of concern of Lebanese governments throughout the years, the corruption and narcissistic incompetence are almost Trumpian.
  • 4 days ago
Diving into media channels to better understand these attitudes, I found that most share similar themes and messages.
  • 4 days ago
Aug. 5 will become another infamous date for Muslims in India.
The U.S. president's actions are creating dangerous ambiguity.
Each day brings a new government order, policy or law that seeks to further dispossess Kashmiris of their basic rights.
  • 5 days ago
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Turkey will be immeasurably poorer if that heritage is lost.
  • Jun 24
We can be sure that on Sunday evening, the electoral authorities will announce that Lukashenko has been reelected. But the key thing is what happens next.
  • 2 days ago
The Chinese, in a single night, have made India reset its relationship.
  • Jun 22
The death of the two-time national security advisor is a loss for us all.
  • 1 day ago
Sus muertes reafirman el hecho de que no existe otro evento o tendencia política en memoria reciente que haya sido más destructivo para la libertad de prensa que el COVID-19.
  • 6 days ago
How the administration is trying to create facts on the ground.
  • 3 days ago
New allegations remind us Saudi Arabia is led by a ruthless despot.
  • 1 day ago
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