The Kurdish enclave in Syria could be a model of democratic governance in an otherwise autocratic region.
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?
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.
From the pandemic to climate change to police violence, today’s crises require global collaboration on a scale never seen before.
Social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter helped right-wing populists take power. Can they now help rein them in?
Why are desperate refugees turning up on the U.S. border? Because we have offloaded the costs of the drug war on Latin America.