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K-Pop’s Sexual Assault Scandal Is the Tip of the Iceberg

K-Pop’s Sexual Assault Scandal Is the Tip of the Iceberg

Celebrities’ crimes are pushing South Korea’s reckoning with misogyny.
White Supremacism Isn’t Insanity

White Supremacism Isn’t Insanity

If you want to stop terrorists like New Zealand’s mosque shooter, the first step is to try to understand what they’re saying.
Why Europe Should Reject Theresa May’s Brexit Extension

Why Europe Should Reject Theresa May’s Brexit Extension

If Britain remains in the European Union due to a botched Brexit, its demands for special treatment will end up wrecking the EU.
Trump’s Space Force Gets the Final Frontier All Wrong

Trump’s Space Force Gets the Final Frontier All Wrong

A new space race may be on, but the United States should opt for peaceful exploration rather than military presence.
Uncle Joe Is Ready to Run the World

Uncle Joe Is Ready to Run the World

Joe Biden is the only candidate for the White House with a foreign-policy philosophy that’s proven to work.
Iraq Prepares to Evict U.S. Troops

Iraq Prepares to Evict U.S. Troops

Pro-Iran factions are pushing for the move just as the Islamic State is starting to hit back.
Trump Wants NATO’s Eyes on China

Trump Wants NATO’s Eyes on China

The Trump administration says countering Beijing’s cyber and commercial power should be a priority for the alliance.
Boeing’s Crisis Strengthens Beijing’s Hand

Boeing’s Crisis Strengthens Beijing’s Hand

In its trade standoff with the United States, China’s Ace could be the 737 Max.
How Rich Chinese Parents Get Their Kids Into U.S. Colleges

How Rich Chinese Parents Get Their Kids Into U.S. Colleges

Americans aren’t the only one paying for the process.
Why Brexit Is Europe’s Finest Hour

Why Brexit Is Europe’s Finest Hour

The British debacle is shoring up the EU center as it heads into critical May elections.
Nazarbayev Is Giving Up Presidency, Not Power, in Kazakhstan

Nazarbayev Is Giving Up Presidency, Not Power, in Kazakhstan

The long-time autocrat's shock resignation kicks off an opaque succession process.
For Africa, Chinese-Built Internet Is Better Than No Internet at All

For Africa, Chinese-Built Internet Is Better Than No Internet at All

The need for web access has driven African countries to Huawei despite U.S. concerns.
Ukraine’s Poroshenko Paradox

Ukraine’s Poroshenko Paradox

In upcoming elections, the incumbent president may well lose to a man who plays one on TV.
America’s Corruption Is a National Security Threat

America’s Corruption Is a National Security Threat

Donald Trump is one symptom of a wider problem that’s making the United States weaker on the international stage.
Serbia’s Protests Aren’t the Beginning of a Balkan Spring

Serbia’s Protests Aren’t the Beginning of a Balkan Spring

Demonstrations against Aleksandar Vucic’s authoritarian government won’t achieve anything until the opposition can present a coherent alternative.
Neo-Nazis Bet Big on Bitcoin (And Lost)

Neo-Nazis Bet Big on Bitcoin (And Lost)

How the far-right's failed cryptocurrency gamble became a bad joke for the Christchurch killer.
U.S. Firms Are Helping Build China’s Orwellian State

U.S. Firms Are Helping Build China’s Orwellian State

Tech partnerships are empowering new methods of control.
For Somaliland and Djibouti, Will New Friends Bring Benefits?

For Somaliland and Djibouti, Will New Friends Bring Benefits?

Interest in the Horn of Africa from foreign powers has always been a double-edged sword.
The Geography of Gulenism in Turkey

The Geography of Gulenism in Turkey

As trials against the Gulen movement wrap up, a look at how deep its influence really was.
The State of War

The State of War

The world is more peaceful than ever, except when it comes to state violence against citizens.