India’s government wants to decide what is true. That’s dangerous.
Narendra Modi's government once again shows its contempt for freedom of the press.By Rana Ayyub
Putin is embracing Stalin’s way of war
Saving soldiers’ lives is of no importance. Pushing forward is everything.By Leon Aron
The Pentagon is about to go on a weapons-buying spree
Congress just gave the Defense Department the power to buy weapons faster. It should proceed carefully.By the Editorial Board
Ecuador’s president is bucking the Latin American trend
President Guillermo Lasso is sticking to pro-market principles even as leftists triumph elsewhere.By Lally Weymouth
With the nationalists in power, Israel needs a Jewish-Arab alliance
The government's extremism can only be confronted by combined political power.By Jo-Ann Mort
Mike Pompeo’s revolting embrace of MBS after the Khashoggi murder
The former secretary of state reveals he’s clueless about the principles of rule of law and free expression.By the Editorial Board
Are we seeing the beginning of the end of Putinism?
The Russian president will never recover from his disastrous war in Ukraine.By Michael McFaul
How Turkey pursues dissident exiles like me all over the world
After six years in exile, I found my name on a "Terrorist Wanted" list.By Can Dündar
NATO is more unified than ever. But what about those tanks?
A dispute over weaponry mars the West’s impressive unity behind Ukraine.By Max Boot
Canada is edging toward creating a right to suicide
One report said the poor, lonely and outcast are already using medically assisted death as a way of escaping the general hardship of their lives.By J.J. McCullough
Germany is refusing to send tanks to Ukraine. Biden cannot let this stand.
The fissure in NATO's once-solid front against Russia's aggression needs to be quickly patched.By the Editorial Board
Maria Ressa’s acquittal is a win for ‘facts, truth and justice’
More should follow.By the Editorial Board
The trial of Mexico’s former security chief is about more than drugs
The trial of Genaro García Luna has broad implications for Mexico’s politics.By León Krauze
Jacinda Ardern is right to leave office — before voters force her out
The New Zealand prime minister knows the tough road ahead. Stepping down now makes sense.By Henry Olsen
Ukrainians are bracing for the next Russian onslaught
Russia is preparing for a new phase of the war. Ukrainians know what's at stake.By Iuliia Mendel
Xi’s course correction reveals an agile autocrat under pressure
Mounting policy failures forced the Chinese leader's U-turn on covid and other issues.By David Ignatius