The likely damage to long-term Israeli-U.S. relations is a price Netanyahu and Trump appear happy to accept.
Yet the Trump administration remains passive as this U.S. ally’s once-vibrant democracy is manipulated.
Why should India then bend over backward to ingratiate itself with China, a country that protects terrorists like Masood Azhar?
His decision on the Golan Heights challenges a fundamental pillar of the post-1945 world order.
Her secrecy and incompetence have caused lasting damage to Britain.
It’s far harder for Maduro's regime to deny and obfuscate the words of Bachelet than those of Mike Pompeo.
My son Todd Leininger, a U.S. citizen, has been unjustly imprisoned in Venezuela since April 2014.
In Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia, the real rulers aren't always the elected ones.
Bangladesh is pushing a risky policy for the return of refugees to Myanmar.
The country's forests are best trusted to their inhabitants.
'I do see normalcy coming back, more and more’ in Iraq, says President Barham Salih.
The autocrat Ramzan Kadyrov continues to remove anyone who speaks out against his regime.
As the dust settles on Nigeria’s elections amid reports of technology failures and violence, it is clear that digital elections are no panacea.
Gender power dynamics that often objectify women into sex tools feel exhaustingly repetitive.
Somos duas das primeiras mulheres indígenas a serem eleitas como deputadas federais nos Estados Unidos e no Brasil, respectivamente. Estamos preocupadas com as ameaças que nossos povos precisam enfrentar.