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Germany’s Lateral Thinkers, Unite

mer, 23/09/2020 - 16:57
The Querdenker protests against coronavirus prevention measures sweeping the country’s cities show that free speech is alive and well.

How Italy Snatched Health From the Jaws of Death

mer, 23/09/2020 - 15:54
Those who used to scoff at its mismanagement should take note of Rome’s strategy for defeating COVID-19.

Zambia Is on the Verge of a Pandemic-Related Debt Default

mer, 23/09/2020 - 12:40
The government has asked investors for relief on interest payments, a potential sign of a wider debt crisis among developing countries.

How Pompeo Blurs the Line Between Diplomacy and Politics

mar, 22/09/2020 - 22:50
Pompeo's speeches in potential battleground states during official State Department trips have drawn fire from Democratic lawmakers.

‘This Is Personal’: Minnesota’s Somali Americans Fear Reckoning in Second Trump Term

mar, 22/09/2020 - 21:38
A solid blue state is closer to being in play this year—galvanizing Somali Americans in an election they call “do or die.”

The Republican and Democratic Parties Are Heading for Collapse

mar, 22/09/2020 - 19:24
U.S. political parties have reshuffled every few decades, and 2020 may be the year they do it again.

The United States Needs a New Strategic Mindset

mar, 22/09/2020 - 18:36
For decades, U.S. strategists were thinking short-term. Its leaders should start taking an infinite perspective.

The Taliban, at Least, Are Striking Gold in Afghanistan

mar, 22/09/2020 - 16:43
The militant group mines almost half a billion dollars a year from Afghan soil—and wants more.

Africa’s Creative Industries Are Ripe for U.S. Investment

mar, 22/09/2020 - 15:56
The continent's pop culture market is booming, just as U.S.-Chinese competition is heating up.

Is the Blob Really Blameless?

mar, 22/09/2020 - 15:06
How not to evaluate American grand strategy.

Pompeo’s Critics Misrepresent the Commission on Unalienable Rights

mar, 22/09/2020 - 12:54
The NGOs and activists criticizing the commission’s inaugural report are distorting its contents.

The Ethiopian-Egyptian Water War Has Begun

mar, 22/09/2020 - 12:41
The conflict between Ethiopia and Egypt over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam has already started. It’s just happening in cyberspace.

Trump Snubs U.N. as General Debate Opens

mar, 22/09/2020 - 12:24
U.S. officials still likely to use the General Assembly to push for more pressure on Iran.

What the U.N. Is Good For… or Could Be

lun, 21/09/2020 - 22:59
The best way to advance U.S. interests isn’t to chastise the United Nations—it’s to participate actively in its proceedings.

Much Maligned But Still Necessary: the U.N. at 75

lun, 21/09/2020 - 22:00
The postwar institution designed to maintain global peace has fallen short of many goals, but on the whole succeeded.

Repairing Humanity’s Relationship With the Planet Will Be Cheaper Than Continuing to Let It Slide

lun, 21/09/2020 - 21:28
The choice is simple: accept devastating wildfires, extreme weather, species loss, and disease outbreaks or secure a sustainable future at a fraction of the cost.

U.S. Isolated at U.N. as Push to Ramp Up Pressure on Iran Fails

lun, 21/09/2020 - 21:05
“We don’t need a cheering section,” said Trump’s U.N ambassador. But Washington does need international compliance to make snapback sanctions work.

Counting Presidential Dead Is a Distraction

lun, 21/09/2020 - 19:32
It doesn’t matter whether Bush or Trump was worse when the problems are the same.

Biden or Trump, the U.S.-Brazil Relationship Is Still Headed for Trouble

lun, 21/09/2020 - 16:12
No matter the president, Washington won’t stand for Brasilia’s growing ties with Beijing.

Brexit Might Break Britain. What Will Scotland Do?

lun, 21/09/2020 - 14:59
Scotland, six years after its last crack at independence, is hankering to be a “global good gal,” charting its own foreign-policy course independent of London.