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China’s crackdown in Hong Kong has reached a new level of viciousness

The originators of one of the world’s most civilized pro-democracy movements will now be tarred as convicted criminals.

How an attempted Canadian concession to China backfired

We can’t tell our citizens to censor themselves because it might offend China.

Biden sanctions Russia — but pulls punches. Putin will not be deterred.

U.S. moderation comes at a moment when Mosow is acting more belligerently than ever.

Erdogan’s insane canal project is set to trigger the biggest fight in Turkish politics

The president seems determined to push ahead despite deepening opposition.

Why the hope for peace is waning in Northern Ireland

The response to the current crisis will show whether Northern Ireland is on the edge of a new beginning or a painfully familiar old precipice.
  • 2 days ago

Rahul Gandhi, the politician India loves to loathe

Many people still see Gandhi as an elitist politician who does not mean business.

How Erdogan turned the Turkish courts into a political weapon

The Turkish 'justice' system targets critics with verdicts as random as they are outlandish.
  • 3 days ago

History will cast a shadow over Biden’s decision to withdraw from Afghanistan

Biden must pray that the troops he is bringing home will never have to go back.

An ignored water crisis is at the center of the farmer protest in India

The chief reason for the perilous water crisis is the over-extraction of groundwater.
  • 4 days ago

Biden takes the easy way out of Afghanistan. The likely result is disaster.

It will mean abandoning those Afghans who believed in building a democracy that guaranteed basic human rights.

The U.S. is fighting its way out of the pandemic, but a virus wildfire is spreading abroad

India and Brazil lead the way with out-of-control coronavirus spread.

Biden’s Afghanistan withdrawal could be the first step to a Taliban takeover

Pulling out the last U.S. troops may send the country into a downward spiral.

The U.S. and Europe must be ready to stand up to any Russian aggression in Ukraine

Putin must understand there will be severe consequences if there’s further aggression against Ukraine.

Israel’s relentless attacks on Iran may endanger Biden’s diplomacy

The United States will have to put more energy into the Middle East as the Chinese threat only grows.

Israeli sabotage won’t stop Iran’s nuclear ambitions. Only the nuclear deal can do that.

Israeli sabotage can delay Iran’s nuclear program. But only diplomacy can stop it.

These are the victims of repression in Belarus

An Olympic swimmer, a punk singer, a journalist and a doctor are just some of those in the regime’s crosshairs.

A Salvadoran refugee was killed in Tulum. Mexico is responding with indifference.

The lack of clear and proactive public indignation over the death of Victoria Salazar has revealed a gap in Mexico’s moral character.

Putin is slowly murdering Alexei Navalny. Here’s how the U.S. can save him.

Sanctioning the oligarchs protecting the Russian president would be a good start.
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Erdogan’s insane canal project is set to trigger the biggest fight in Turkish politics

The president seems determined to push ahead despite deepening opposition.
  • 2 days ago

The U.S. and Europe must be ready to stand up to any Russian aggression in Ukraine

Putin must understand there will be severe consequences if there’s further aggression against Ukraine.
  • 4 days ago

If Biden wants to counter China, he needs to look to India

India has proven that it can take on China, but it shouldn't do so alone.
  • Apr 6

How Kash Patel rose from obscure Hill staffer to key operative in Trump’s battle with the intelligence community

While other Trump staffers became near-household names, Kashyap P. “Kash” Patel flew largely beneath the radar during the Trump administration.
  • 1 day ago

Justice may finally arrive for photojournalist slain in Libya

Relatives must be allowed to know the fate of their loved ones.
  • Apr 5

How an attempted Canadian concession to China backfired

We can’t tell our citizens to censor themselves because it might offend China.
  • 2 days ago

China’s crackdown in Hong Kong has reached a new level of viciousness

The originators of one of the world’s most civilized pro-democracy movements will now be tarred as convicted criminals.
  • 15 hours ago
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