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Hungary’s Strongman Has a Weak Spot

Hungary’s Strongman Has a Weak Spot

Viktor Orban may have won, but a narrow loss in the countryside suggests that corruption could one day be his undoing.
Down but Not Out

Down but Not Out

FP’s editor in chief on why our April issue focuses on human rights in the time of Trump
Mapped: 38 U.S. Ambassadorships Remain Empty

Mapped: 38 U.S. Ambassadorships Remain Empty

With crucial diplomatic positions vacant, the United States is losings its influence.
German TV Is Sanitizing History

German TV Is Sanitizing History

A new wave of historical dramas is telling the wrong stories about the country’s past.
An Obscure Magazine From 1934 Predicted the Nazi Genocide

An Obscure Magazine From 1934 Predicted the Nazi Genocide

What a long-lost magazine teaches us about demagoguery and our response to it.
How to Defeat Drought

How to Defeat Drought

Cape Town is running out of water. Israel offers some lessons on how to avoid that fate.
Germany’s Family Feud

Germany’s Family Feud

Family reunification for refugees is no longer a given. But keeping relatives apart hurts host countries as well as newcomers.
The Arab World’s Star Student

The Arab World’s Star Student

What Tunisia can teach its neighbors about the value of education.
Putin’s War on Women

Putin’s War on Women

Why #MeToo skipped Russia.
First They Came for the Rohingya

First They Came for the Rohingya

Other ethnic minorities will be Myanmar’s next victims.

The Long Road to Brexit

Britain’s vote to leave the EU was many years in the making.
Economic Rights Are Human Rights

Economic Rights Are Human Rights

U.S. foreign policy has exacerbated many of the evils it set out to eradicate. It needs an overhaul.
The End of Human Rights?

The End of Human Rights?

Learning from the failure of the Responsibility to Protect and the International Criminal Court.
The Right to Kill

The Right to Kill

Should Brazil keep its Amazon tribes from taking the lives of their children?
How Congress Can Help Trump Outmaneuver Iran

How Congress Can Help Trump Outmaneuver Iran

The United States needs a policy that unifies its allies in curbing Tehran.
One Year Ago, Pundits Welcomed a Turning Point in Syria. They Were Wrong.

One Year Ago, Pundits Welcomed a Turning Point in Syria. They Were Wrong.

U.S. policy in the Middle East is being guided by Trump's doctrine of incoherent chaos. And it's only getting worse.
The Nonviolent Violence of Hamas

The Nonviolent Violence of Hamas

The unarmed protests at the Gaza-Israel border are a desperate bid to provoke a crisis.
How Hungary’s Far-Right Extremists Became Warm and Fuzzy

How Hungary’s Far-Right Extremists Became Warm and Fuzzy

The Jobbik party, once known for its overt racism and anti-Semitism, is trying to reinvent itself as the responsible voice of the center.