The recent electoral victories of Javier Milei in Argentina and Geert Wilders in the Netherlands suggest that the world has not yet reached peak populism.
Conservative lawmakers calling for cuts should start with the agency that can’t account for $1.9 trillion — not the programs Americans rely on.
Hwang Sok-Yong’s novel Mater 2-10 chronicles Korean resistance to–and collaboration with–Japanese occupation.
Can Frans Timmermans do for The Netherlands what he has done for the European Union?
Our elected officials should listen to the two-thirds of Americans calling for a ceasefire in Gaza.
The absence of Palestinians and their advocates from news coverage isn’t just unfair. As a Jewish American, I think it’s harmful.
It’s in the long-term self-interest of the U.S. to stop coddling the dangerous authoritarian government of India.
The most terrifying war that Trump is planning is his attack on America.
Ten years ago, the country’s security forces killed over 800 protestors in broad daylight. Today, no critic is spared in the dictatorship, which receives ample U.S. military aid.
It wasn’t only the United States that overthrew the Chilean leader.