Despite their geographic diversity, the uprisings shared similar root causes.
While the United States needs Tehran to stop its enrichment program, the Islamic Republic is fighting for survival.
In trying to calm violent protests, President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev has involved an unpredictable and untrusted partner.
The government’s three approaches will profoundly shape how algorithms are regulated within China and around the world.
Comments on a forthcoming study offer a framework for how U.S. industry wants the government to address China’s rising participation.
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Five months after he seized power, Kais Saied has given no signs he plans to return the country to its democratic path.
President-elect Gabriel Boric must now find the right formula to engage skeptics while also maintaining support from the radical elements of his alliance.
The latest report signals a far more assertive approach to cyberspace.
Naftali Bennett’s historic state visit was a sign of progress—with caveats.
Bush claimed the United States needed to leave the treaty to protect itself. Now it’s clear that was a mistake.
The Council of Europe’s Committee of Ministers has voted to refer the Kavala v. Turkey case to the European Court of Human Rights. By doing so, the Council of Europe upheld European values and principles, namely the rule of law.
The upcoming summit between European and Asian partners will address key political, economic, and sociocultural issues across continents. Leveraging minilateral frameworks could help all partners make the most of the summit.
The collapse of centrist parties in Chile’s elections this weekend reflects the demise of the country’s democratic model. Long seen as one of Latin America’s most stable democracies, Chile’s capacity to overcome its polarization could have resounding effects in the wider region.
Biden’s foreign policy doctrine remains elusive. But one framework that was recently proposed—globalism—is strategically wanting and politically risky.
Russia’s anti-satellite missile test has heightened the risk of dangerous collisions between objects in space. International norms are urgently needed to prevent future tests like this and to keep Earth’s orbits as safe as possible.
The United States and its Arab partners overemphasize political Islam to the detriment of other anti-authoritarian trends in the Arab world. The Taliban’s return in Afghanistan shouldn’t further entrench this belief.
The brazenness of Nicaragua’s authoritarian turn sets a troubling precedent and reflects the broader erosion of democracy in Latin America.
Tensions along the de facto India-China border have long been simmering, but past agreements have failed to permanently lower the heat. Can a new agreement succeed?
As Russia weathers a fourth surge of COVID-19 cases, the country’s management of the public health challenge has yet to improve. What factors led the country here, and what does this mean for the Putin regime and the Russian people going forward?