Nothing was found on your request

Foreign Policy: news on page 13

Venezuelan Refugees May Help Liberalize Latin America’s Closed Economies

Venezuelan Refugees May Help Liberalize Latin America’s Closed Economies

As the cases of Israel and Jordan show, an influx of migrants can prompt lasting economic reform.
Why Ukrainegate Is Nothing Like Russiagate

Why Ukrainegate Is Nothing Like Russiagate

U.S. President Donald Trump has a far more damaging scandal on his hands.
Why Doesn’t China Have Its Own Greta Thunberg?

Why Doesn’t China Have Its Own Greta Thunberg?

There is little daily public concern about climate change in China, and combating it is seen as the state’s responsibility.
The Labour Party Can’t Govern Itself, Much Less Britain

The Labour Party Can’t Govern Itself, Much Less Britain

If you thought the Tories were a mess, you should have seen Labour's annual conference.
A Fictional Country Is Reigniting Real Territorial Fears

A Fictional Country Is Reigniting Real Territorial Fears

The Kingdom of the Yellow Mountain is just the latest in a long string of claimants to ungoverned territory between Egypt and Sudan.
The Realpolitik of Greta Thunberg

The Realpolitik of Greta Thunberg

Her global protest movement has impressed the world with its idealism—but more important are the ways it can steer practical politics.
Impeachment Inquiry Clouds Trump’s U.N. Display

Impeachment Inquiry Clouds Trump’s U.N. Display

Impeachment news hangs over the 74th U.N. General Assembly, but there is still plenty happening in New York.
Trump’s Impeachment Inquiry Begins

Trump’s Impeachment Inquiry Begins

Plus: The latest at UNGA, Maduro goes to Moscow, and Boris Johnson flies back to Britain to face Parliament.
Germany’s New Ultranationalist Intelligentsia

Germany’s New Ultranationalist Intelligentsia

The far-right is associated with the disaffected masses—but has a growing intellectual class.
In Europe, Nativism and Nationalism May Be Reaching Their Limits

In Europe, Nativism and Nationalism May Be Reaching Their Limits

But in the United States, they show no signs of abatement.
Now It’s Really ‘Do or Die’ for Boris Johnson

Now It’s Really ‘Do or Die’ for Boris Johnson

Following a high court ruling that his suspension of Parliament was unlawful, the lame-duck British prime minister will have to confront a hostile Commons.
For Many Iranians, Staying In the Nuclear Deal No Longer Makes Sense

For Many Iranians, Staying In the Nuclear Deal No Longer Makes Sense

Talks have little appeal because Tehran is convinced that Trump can’t be trusted to negotiate in good faith. And there isn’t much political support for observing what’s left of the deal while
U.S. Terrorism Policy Paved the Way for China’s Repression

U.S. Terrorism Policy Paved the Way for China’s Repression

U.S.-favored policies in Central Asia must be rolled back to help save the Uighur people.
Can India Give Up Coal?

Can India Give Up Coal?

As world leaders make bold speeches at the United Nations Climate Action Summit this week, the question is whether their countries can wean themselves off dirty sources of energy.
The United States Can’t Cede the U.N. to China

The United States Can’t Cede the U.N. to China

U.S. leadership is badly needed at this month’s U.N. General Assembly.
India’s Narendra Modi Isn’t a Game-Changer

India’s Narendra Modi Isn’t a Game-Changer

“Howdy, Modi” was just one indication that the prime minister’s foreign policy has more similarities to his rivals’ than differences.
Why Bibi’s on Borrowed Time

Why Bibi’s on Borrowed Time

If the election hasn’t killed the Israeli leader’s political career, the indictments probably will.
Trump Takes Center Stage at U.N. Summit

Trump Takes Center Stage at U.N. Summit

The U.S. president’s third UNGA address could be more toned down than before.
When Trump Speaks at U.N., Is Anyone Listening?

When Trump Speaks at U.N., Is Anyone Listening?

Plus: U.K. Supreme Court rules that Boris Johnson acted illegally in suspending Parliament, a potential unity government in Israel, and the other stories we’re following today.
Despite Syria ‘Safe Zone,’ Kurdish Leader Fears Threat from Turkey

Despite Syria ‘Safe Zone,’ Kurdish Leader Fears Threat from Turkey

Troops’ movement on the border has Kurds worried about a Turkish assault.