In ending the war in Afghanistan, Biden left the door open for more “counterterrorism” — with serious implications for our foreign policy, politics, and legal system.
An interview with the imprisoned Duterte critic who’s running for reelection from behind bars.
El Salvador had to fight a multinational mining firm to protect its own water. It’s a sign of struggles to come — but also an inspiring example of how to win them.
Brave activists in Myanmar are still resisting the coup — at great cost. An international campaign to ban arms sales and target gas sales could help.
Pakistan is the latest country to reject letting private investors sue governments in tribunals. But Ecuador is back-tracking and the lawsuits continue to proliferate.
Pouring more money into endless wars, nuclear weapons, overseas bases, and boondoggle weapons programs won’t protect anyone.
Tech-facilitated abuses against women and girls have been particularly widespread in South Korea
The Biden administration’s inconsistency on what gets called a “genocide” or “war crime” reflects a longer U.S. history of politicizing international law.
The victory of Ebrahim Raisi in Iran’s recent presidential elections may contain some surprising good news for the Biden administration.
The Biden administration says it wants to counter the corruption that’s driving displacement. Does that apply to U.S. allies in Honduras?