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Security Brief: India and Pakistan Trade Barbs; Violence Escalates in Libya

Security Brief: India and Pakistan Trade Barbs; Violence Escalates in Libya

Islamabad and New Delhi trade barbs, a Libyan strongman advances on Tripoli, Washing and Beijing signal progress on trade deal.
The Christian Coalition That Helped Elect Bolsonaro Has Started to Crumble

The Christian Coalition That Helped Elect Bolsonaro Has Started to Crumble

The Brazilian president’s visit to Israel, which was meant to rally his evangelical base, has instead revealed his weakness.
Our Best Weekend Reads

Our Best Weekend Reads

This week, U.S. officials contradicted India’s claim that it shot down a Pakistani F-16, and U.S. lawmakers held a historic vote on Washington’s role in Yemen.
India Has a Mindset Problem

India Has a Mindset Problem

Jugaad once symbolized immense potential, but the endless shortcuts are now holding the country back.
Trans-Atlantic Trade Is Headed Toward Disaster

Trans-Atlantic Trade Is Headed Toward Disaster

Trump is mulling new auto tariffs that could send the global economy into a tailspin.
How to Defeat Political and Religious Extremism

How to Defeat Political and Religious Extremism

On the podcast: A former State Department official who led the outreach to the Muslim world after the 9/11 attacks.
For Afghan Refugee Women, There’s No Escape From Violence

For Afghan Refugee Women, There’s No Escape From Violence

Thousands of women have set off on their own for Turkey, but harassment from Afghan men often follows them to their new country.
U.S. Eyes Plans to Cut Diplomatic Staff in Afghanistan, Iraq

U.S. Eyes Plans to Cut Diplomatic Staff in Afghanistan, Iraq

Officials say it's time to shift diplomatic resources to countering China and Russia.
In Trump’s Economy, the Invisible Hand Belongs to the Government

In Trump’s Economy, the Invisible Hand Belongs to the Government

The state’s role in the U.S. economy has expanded dramatically under President Trump, even as he pushes China to exert less control.
The Moral Peril of Proxy Wars

The Moral Peril of Proxy Wars

It’s not an accident that U.S. support for Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen has been a humanitarian disaster.
Petro Poroshenko’s Last-Minute Nationalist Makeover

Petro Poroshenko’s Last-Minute Nationalist Makeover

Ukraine’s president is making a desperate gambit to win re-election—and to remain politically relevant if he loses.
China and Pakistan Have Struck a Devil’s Bargain With Militants

China and Pakistan Have Struck a Devil’s Bargain With Militants

Beijing may be safeguarding its interests with the Taliban.
The End of an Era

The End of an Era

Latvia’s foreign minister on the demise of the U.S. missile treaty with Russia and NATO’s new focus on China.
Did India Shoot Down a Pakistani Jet? U.S. Count Says No.

Did India Shoot Down a Pakistani Jet? U.S. Count Says No.

New Delhi and Islamabad had conflicting accounts of a February dogfight.
The Trump Administration Is Making Hezbollah Stronger

The Trump Administration Is Making Hezbollah Stronger

By threatening collective punishment over Lebanon’s most disruptive force, Washington is weakening the rest of its society.
Congress Is Finally Done With the War in Yemen

Congress Is Finally Done With the War in Yemen

U.S. lawmakers are making a historic push for peace. But a Trump veto is all but assured.
Brexit Will Never, Ever End

Brexit Will Never, Ever End

Even if Britain’s opposing parties agree on a plan to leave the EU, national unity will be nowhere in sight.
Syria’s Refugees Begin Their Journey Home

Syria’s Refugees Begin Their Journey Home

Thanks to a newly opened border crossing with Jordan, migrants are heading back to their country. But their ordeal is far from over.
In Ukraine’s Election, Pro-Russian Candidates Can’t Win

In Ukraine’s Election, Pro-Russian Candidates Can’t Win

By occupying the regions of the country that most favor it, Moscow has undermined its own position in Ukrainian politics. Here’s why it still won’t leave.
North Macedonia Gets Coveted Seat at NATO’s Table

North Macedonia Gets Coveted Seat at NATO’s Table

The small Balkan country hopes to officially join the alliance by year’s end, the foreign minister says in interview.