Jeanine Áñez is turning the South American country into a far-right military dictatorship.
  • 55 minutes ago
The state of Canadian voter data is pathetic.
The U.S. defense secretary brought a tough message to Southeast Asia this week.
Tehran turns off the Web in response to an eruption of protests over rising gas prices.
Republican rationales for the president’s actions on Ukraine are starkly at odds with the facts.
Now we will see to what lengths the regime is willing to go to maintain control.
Lawmakers are working on a bill to get rid of Hong Kong's special status for trade. Trump would be wise to take up the cause.
Russia and China have become the most active underminers of democracy.
Xi Jinping’s hard-line stance has led to an escalating civil conflict.
Traditional and social media organizations must both prepare for an onslaught of Russian disinformation.
  • 3 days ago
The consequences of this extend far beyond the humiliation of a distinguished diplomat.
How a tragic death helped us find a way to bring human rights abusers to account.
  • 4 days ago
It was Morales who tried to engineer a coup — and not for the first time — by rigging the Oct. 20 presidential election.
  • 4 days ago
Trump and his officials need to get on the same page.
Latin American leaders and governments should resist the temptation to reach for the military to solve their country’s problems.
  • 4 days ago
China has plans for space. The U.S. not so much.
  • 5 days ago
I used to work closely with Jamal Khashoggi against the Saudi troll army on Twitter. That's why I've been targeted.
  • 5 days ago
What the GOP doesn't want to understand about Ukraine.
Two U.S. diplomats testify to Trump’s abuse of power in Ukraine.
Anything other than equitable justice will only leave deep scars and gaping wounds.
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Erdogan arrives in Washington under a cloud of criticism, but he is probably only half-aware that he has become a liability.
  • Nov 12
The E.U.'s project in the Balkans has been put in jeopardy by France’s decision on North Macedonia.
  • Oct 25
Anything other than equitable justice will only leave deep scars and gaping wounds.
  • 6 days ago
Sadly, the president’s fecklessness in the proxy war with Russia is emblematic of his larger foreign policy.
  • 6 days ago
The U.S. defense secretary brought a tough message to Southeast Asia this week.
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Tehran turns off the Web in response to an eruption of protests over rising gas prices.
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