Global Opinions

Since the 2011 uprisings, the military has viewed Egyptian civil society as its enemy.
  • 14 hours ago
Funding the Covax Facility is vital to poorer nations getting vaccines.
Continuity will be the watchword when it comes to China.
How can the police be held accountable for abuses and excessive use of force when filming them in action could lead to a prison sentence?
This is a China unlike anything Biden’s team has ever seen.
Biden should invite opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya to his inauguration.
Biden would be wise to follow Trump’s lead when it comes to ending the nation’s forever wars in the Middle East and standing up to China.
  • 3 days ago
Mr. Biden’s nominees share a quality the Trump administration lacked: Competence.
For the incoming Biden administration, the debt crisis presents an opportunity to prevent global poverty and hold China accountable.
The president-elect and his team face a stark choice: complete withdrawal by May or keeping 2,500 troops in place indefinitely to conduct counterterrorism operations.
  • 4 days ago
Refusing to understand the pandemic through the lens of race has allowed the virus to spread.
  • 4 days ago
It could dramatically alter Joe Biden's Middle East strategy.
If the threat succeeds, Europe’s commitment to democracy will be fatally compromised.
As much as Central America’s presidents may want to steer the conversation toward climate change, they may be forced to answer difficult questions about corruption.
  • 4 days ago
Their demands go directly against Cuba's widespread state of poverty and sustained lack of civil liberties.
  • 5 days ago
His Iran gambit has failed in every respect.
Mr. Biden should speak up about the latest arrests of human rights activists.
A few opposition lawmakers in municipal and regional governments is one thing, but even a single dissenting voice in the national parliament would present a challenge to Putin's hold on Russia.
The right-wing wave that swept Brazil has brought with it remarkably few proposals to tackle the country’s most urgent crisis.
  • Nov 20
The president-elect needs to tell Israel, unequivocally, not to build at Givat Hamatos.
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Global Opinions Writers
While Erdogan’s son-in-law may ultimately emerge as the scapegoat of Turkey’s economic decline, in reality, he was only enacting the Turkish leader's vision.
  • Nov 10
The president-elect’s European honeymoon won’t last long. There’s a lot to tackle.
  • Nov 9
Every sector of India's system has failed a 19-year-old rape and murder victim.
  • Oct 6
Starting a war unprovoked is never wise, especially in a lame-duck session.
  • 1 day ago
Pompeo's Iran policy is more about political stunts than diplomacy.
  • Nov 16
Continuity will be the watchword when it comes to China.
  • 1 day ago
Funding the Covax Facility is vital to poorer nations getting vaccines.
  • 1 day ago
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