Putin is limping toward an endgame in Ukraine. Should the West go along?
The Russian ruler wants out of Ukraine, on his own terms.By David Von Drehle
Women are leading a revolution in Iran. When will Western feminists help?
A regime that abuses amillions of women each year does not deserve our respect.By Masih Alinejad
Putin’s chaotic mobilization reveals the weakness of his dictatorship
The shambolic process might prevent a collapse of Russian positions, but it will stoke internal unrest and opposition.By Max Boot
Putin’s debacle is breaking his country — and he might pay the price
Vladimir Putin's attempt to mobilize Russian men to fight has turned into a self-inflicted wound.By the Editorial Board
Fears about Italy’s Giorgia Meloni are overblown. But don’t underestimate her.
The far-right leader will seek significant change to satisfy the country's populist majority.By Henry Olsen
Britain has replaced Italy as Europe’s problem economy
This is the first time that being in Europe's currency union has looked more attractive than being outside it.By Sebastian Mallaby
What the West should learn from the protests in Iran
The killing of Mahsa Amini should change how the outside world deals with the Tehran regime.By Karim Sadjadpour
Putin tears at the fabric of nuclear restraint. Words are dangerous, too.
Putin’s nuclear threats are disquieting and irresponsible.By the Editorial Board
Governments need to realize that the era of economic freebies is over
Britain's tax cuts might be necessary — but there's a price attached now.By Megan McArdle
Authoritarians want to spread their methods. Democracies must stand guard.
A State Department cable to embassies just barely pulled aside the curtain on a much larger drive by authoritarian regimes to export dictatorship beyond their borders.By the Editorial Board
Putin has just made the world a far more dangerous place
The Russian dictator is playing a high-stakes game whose outcome could be catastrophic.By Fareed Zakaria
What’s happening in Iran? Here’s what people there are saying.
With protests, Raisi abroad and the supreme leader ailing, could change be on the horizon?By Jason Rezaian
To confront Putin, Biden should study the Cuban missile crisis
Biden should draw a firm line — JFK never wavered on his demand that Soviet missiles be removed from Cuba — but also look for ways to de-escalate.By David Ignatius
Ukrainians are rejoicing at victory — and awash in trauma and grief
The successful counteroffensive is giving to hope to people who desperately need it.By Nataliya Gumenyuk
In Canada, interest in the monarchy remains mostly an elite thing
A poll found 74 percent of Canadians said Queen Elizabeth II's death had "minor" or "no impact" on their lives.By J.J. McCullough
A woman’s death shows the tyranny of Iran’s regime
Iran’s rulers are out of touch with a society that yearns for more — and deserves better.By the Editorial Board