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Why Is China Buying Up Europe’s Ports?

Why Is China Buying Up Europe’s Ports?

State-owned port operators are the aggressive leading edge of Beijing’s massive Belt and Road project.
There’s No Happy Ending for Rex Tillerson

There’s No Happy Ending for Rex Tillerson

The secretary of state has held on for a year, but it’s too late for his tenure to end well.
The Olympics on The E.R.: What Can We Learn From Past Games Ahead of Pyeongchang?

The Olympics on The E.R.: What Can We Learn From Past Games Ahead of Pyeongchang?

In part one of our two-part Olympics series, print editor Sarah Wildman calls up two historians to ask what we can learn from past games ahead of the kick off in South Korea on February 9.
Trump Didn’t Understand His Own State of the Union Guest

Trump Didn’t Understand His Own State of the Union Guest

Ji Seong-ho is a symbol of how North Korea’s perfidy extends far beyond its nuclear program.
How the Spies Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Fitbit

How the Spies Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Fitbit

The debate over whether fitness trackers should be allowed in sensitive areas has dragged on for years.
Are Americans as ‘Ugly’ as Ever?

Are Americans as ‘Ugly’ as Ever?

"The Ugly American" remains relevant, 60 years after it changed the way the United States saw itself in the world.
China’s Middle Class Is Pulling Up the Ladder Behind Itself

China’s Middle Class Is Pulling Up the Ladder Behind Itself

The rural poor are increasingly unwelcome in China’s big cities.
The Fight Against European Populism Is Far From Over

The Fight Against European Populism Is Far From Over

Czech President Milos Zeman’s re-election sends a clear message.
Why is This Man Still on Twitter?

Why is This Man Still on Twitter?

Banned by law from other US social media, Ramzan Kadyrov is still tweeting
12 Depressing Previews of America’s Next War

12 Depressing Previews of America’s Next War

Here’s hoping past performance isn’t an indicator of future success.
ISIS’s War on Families Never Ended

ISIS’s War on Families Never Ended

The Islamic State's campaign for the hearts and minds of Syrian children may have laid the groundwork for its resurgence.
The Bunga-Bunga Moderate

The Bunga-Bunga Moderate

How Silvio Berlusconi successfully reinvented himself as a straight-laced member of the establishment.
Size Doesn’t Matter for Spies Anymore

Size Doesn’t Matter for Spies Anymore

In the era of cyber-espionage, even the smallest countries can play on the biggest stage.
African Ambassadors Express Disappointment After Meeting with Kellyanne Conway

African Ambassadors Express Disappointment After Meeting with Kellyanne Conway

When the president's advisor didn't discuss Africa, some participants were confused.
Kellyanne Conway Botched Trump Damage Control Meeting With African Ambassadors

Kellyanne Conway Botched Trump Damage Control Meeting With African Ambassadors

But Conway didn’t discuss much on Africa at all, leaving participants bewildered.
Before Trump’s Speech, More Bad News From the Afghan Front

Before Trump’s Speech, More Bad News From the Afghan Front

As Trump prepares to rally support for the 16-year mission in his State of the Union address, the Pentagon is reluctant to divulge details about the war effort.
Here’s How the U.S. and EU Can Thwart Iranian Missile Programs

Here’s How the U.S. and EU Can Thwart Iranian Missile Programs

It's time for both sides of the Atlantic to get tough on Tehran.
Is a Court Case in Texas the First Prosecution of a ‘Black Identity Extremist’?

Is a Court Case in Texas the First Prosecution of a ‘Black Identity Extremist’?

The FBI is looking for terrorists. Civil rights advocates say it is targeting people engaged in free speech.
Iraq’s Militias Set Their Sights on Political Power

Iraq’s Militias Set Their Sights on Political Power

With elections looming in May and the Islamic State on the run, the Popular Mobilization Forces are eyeing politics.