The U.S. and Mexican presidents defied all political expectations to protect an important alliance.
  • 15 hours ago
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.
  • 1 day 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.
The nation bans dozens of apps from China, including TikTok and WeChat.
We define “normal” as what would have occurred in the six administrations that one or both of us worked within.
Condemning Beijing's appalling human rights violations and growing political repression should be easy.
Beijing’s totalitarians extinguish freedom in Hong Kong.
As China’s officials used to point out to the British, imperialism goes hand in fist with repression.
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Such a move would be an appropriate countermeasure to Israeli unilateralism that puts a two-state outcome at severe risk.
  • 5 days ago
The only hope for curbing the spread of covid-19 is to ensure a large-scale humanitarian response that puts the Venezuelan people first.
  • 5 days ago
Cookie-cutter Cold War policies are as ill-suited as they are unlikely to succeed.
  • 5 days ago
The new law imposes Beijing’s dictatorial rule.
An attack against Mexico City's police chief obscures any prospects of economic prosperity.
The turbulent relationship between the police and the minority community in Northern Ireland in 1998 bears similarities with the challenges facing many U.S. jurisdictions today.
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Turkey will be immeasurably poorer if that heritage is lost.
  • Jun 24
As things stand, there is certainly no “greatest deal ever” between Serbia and Kosovo coming in the Rose Garden on Saturday.
  • Jun 26
The Chinese, in a single night, have made India reset its relationship.
  • Jun 22
يبدو أنّ فصلًا جديدًا مظلمًا قد بدأ في معركة "لعبة العروش" السعودية التي تهدف إلى السيطرة بينما يعدّ محمد بن سلمان تهم فساد وعدم ولاء ضد سلفه ومنافسه السابق، ولي العهد الأسبق محمد بن نايف - الذي كان في الماضي أحد أبطال الحرب الأميركية ضد الإرهاب الإسلامي
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The Trump administration’s silence continues to enable Sissi’s attack on the media.
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The national security adviser this week attacked the Chinese Communist Party in language that harked back to Cold War times.
  • Jun 25
Authorities detain Xu Zhangrun, champion of openness and critic of Beijing’s virus coverup.
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