Netanyahu’s political troubles — and an arms industry eager to battle test new wares on Gazans — may help explain the latest escalation of violence.
As an Indian American, my family has experienced the worst of this pandemic in two countries. For any of us to be safe, we all need vaccine equity.
The country’s 2004 constitution permits significant local control. Actually practicing it could protect women and minorities in the event of a Taliban takeover in Kabul.
Is the growing cooperation between the Labor Party and the GreenLeft in the Netherlands a model that the European left can follow?
A fair-shares approach to global climate justice could help save the “net zero 2050” strategy.
For countries facing a demographic crisis, immigrants are the answer.
In the world’s largest democracies, far-right movements that embrace violence, reject democracy, and target the vulnerable are on the rise.
As the “forever war” in Afghanistan draws to a close, a look at the prospects for shutting down the “forever prison” it helped fill.
With Zimbabwe’s workers fighting for justice, it’s time for a fundamental rethink of U.S. policy toward the country.
Outsourcing migration control to authoritarian regimes has proven costly, insidious, and common for Global North governments.
The Cold War has already turned hot — on the Internet.
Unforced errors have set back the Biden administration’s diplomacy with Afghanistan, Iran, Russia, and China.