Is India Spilling Its State Secrets?
The government is declassifying some archives, but it will retain control of public understanding.
Nigeria’s Twitter Ban Is an Economic Disaster in the Making
A promising tech transformation may be disrupted by the president’s ego.
Khamenei Wants a Nuclear Deal Before Rouhani Leaves
Blame will go to the departing president while praise will go to his handpicked successor.
Is India the New China in Africa?
Promising a more inclusive and transparent development model, New Delhi is looking to become the region’s biggest partner.
The United States Needs Central Asian Partners to Protect Afghanistan’s Future
Ambitious post-withdrawal hopes can’t be achieved without bases nearby.
How to Close the Gender Gap in Peace Talks
Women’s representation is critical to lasting peace, but they are losing ground at the negotiating table.
Women Are the Key to Israel’s Government
One of the few things holding the motley coalition together is a focus on women’s rights.
How Sisi Beat Biden’s Human Rights Policy
Egypt is again proving useful to the United States—for now.
Three Key Takeaways From the Biden-Putin Summit
Moscow and Washington have turned a page from the Trump era.
The Islamic State Resurges in Mozambique
What happens there could decide the fate of terrorism—or peace—in Africa.
Modi’s Vaccination Fumbles Leave India Behind in Race Against COVID-19
As the country opens up, a third wave looms.
Biden’s Worried About Ukraine’s China Fling
Beijing is snapping up Ukrainian defense firms. That bodes ill for the would-be NATO member.
Mariana Mazzucato, Raghuram Rajan on Building Back Post-Pandemic
Mariana Mazzucato and Raghuram Rajan talk economic inequality and its impact on global pandemic recovery.
Biden’s Plan to Cooperate With Europe on Tech
The United States urgently wants to persuade its allies to turn away from digital autonomy.