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The U.S. secretary of state will arrive in Saudi Arabia on February 19. Can he and Saudi leaders rekindle the spark in the two countries’ long-standing relationship?
Russia’s relations with the West are not about to get any better.
The coronavirus has taken a devastating toll on its victims in China and elsewhere. But the epidemic has also exposed the downsides of leaning too heavily on China to power neighboring economies.
The 2024 election will be one in which the generation of “Putin’s children,” those who have made their careers and profited from the twenty years of Putin’s presidency, face a serious challenge to keep the assets they have acquired.
The extreme sentences handed down to defendants in what is being called the “Network Case” is an ominous sign.
At a time when pitting Patel against Nehru has become the stock-in-trade of the Narendra Modi government, it is not surprising that this particular point in Basu’s important book has attracted attention.
China’s proliferation of digital authoritarian tools presents serious challenges. Its technology is used by repressive regimes to quell mass protests, monitor political opponents, and keep autocratic leaders in power.
The last time Libya’s war had the world’s full attention, it was being fought mainly by Libyans.
In Spanish, there is no word for “whistleblower” no one-word description of a person who nobly reports illegal activity or unethical behavior
If some nuclear arsenals and operational plans are especially likely to threaten the global environment and food supply, all states would benefit from actions to reduce such risks.