Making nice after an alleged coup attempt obscures serious challenges, including water scarcity, a refugee crisis, and unhelpful neighbors.
The country’s rural Dalits are already exploited—and know it can get worse.
A close reading of the philosophical career, and influence, of France’s most ridiculed public intellectual.
Quiet negotiations with Berlin can do what economic coercion can’t.
The U.N. dials up the pressure campaign against Myanmar’s putschists.
The West’s economic orthodoxy of the past 40 years has been shaken by the pandemic—but the fight isn’t nearly over yet.
In Lebanon’s absurd economy, money’s value depends on whom you ask.
Beijing is making moves to ensure regional dominance in Southeast Asia and oil supplies from the Middle East. It could be shooting itself in the foot.
Knowledge-sector jobs are heading to Eastern Europe, and the consequences could remake the EU.
Both Washington and the Australian public want more sanctions on China.
The U.S. treasury secretary and the Italian prime minister have spent decades shaping this economy. But can they control what comes next?
The Caesar Act isn’t hurting Assad; it’s harming civilians.