There is a growing divide in US society and politics along old civil war battle lines – and the election could make things worse.
When I had lunch with Prabowo Subianto in 2013, a year before his first, failed attempt to be elected president of Indonesia, he was still honing his fiery nationalist pitch, promising to shake up the ...
Enlargement is back. For the last decade or so, the European Union had made it clear that, while accession negotiations with several countries would continue, it did not expect any of them to actually ...
The pledge was an important signal to international partners about future energy policy. Dropping it increases doubts about the credibility of UK plans should Labour win the election later this year.
For Ukraine, the long war is nothing short of disastrous. Even if it were willing to, the country cannot recruit anything like the numbers Russia can press into service. It also places greater value ...
Zelenskyy hopes his reshuffle will change the trajectory of the war. But the sacking of his trusted commander could complicate a new wave of mobilization.
The identity of the next US president is yet to be determined, but the foreign policy views of the American public are already clear. In principle, Americans support US engagement in the world but, in ...
Regional and international implications of Niger’s reversal of the anti-smuggling legislation. It is unclear whether the Niger coup can be reversed without further destabilizing the region. But ECOWAS ...
Much like his life’s work, Navalny’s death shows the corrupt brutality of Vladimir Putin’s Russia.