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How China Lost Hong Kong

How China Lost Hong Kong

Compromise or crackdown are the only options left for Beijing.
Beijing Is Weaponizing Nationalism Against Hong Kongers

Beijing Is Weaponizing Nationalism Against Hong Kongers

Hong Kong’s unique identity threatens Xi Jinping’s rhetoric of greatness.
The 2 Steps to Fix Relations With Russia

The 2 Steps to Fix Relations With Russia

Washington needs to establish deterrence with Moscow. But in the long term, it needs to focus on building trust.
Tea Party Stalwart to Replace Dan Coats as Intelligence Chief

Tea Party Stalwart to Replace Dan Coats as Intelligence Chief

Rep. John Ratcliffe has distinguished himself as a loyal Trump defender.
What Comes After Moscow’s Crackdown?

What Comes After Moscow’s Crackdown?

Plus: Beijing speaks on Hong Kong, Iran could breach the nuclear deal—again, and the other stories we’re following today.
The United States’ Gas Flare-Up

The United States’ Gas Flare-Up

Why an environmental and economic problem that was on the decline is back with a vengeance.
‘No Political Force in Georgia Can Be Pro-Russian and Win Elections’

‘No Political Force in Georgia Can Be Pro-Russian and Win Elections’

A conversation with Ani Chkhikvadze, a Georgian journalist based in Washington.
America Doesn’t Need a Grand Strategy

America Doesn’t Need a Grand Strategy

Searching for the next holy grail of foreign policy is stopping the United States from solving the world’s most pressing problems.
The Public Can Solve Climate Change if We Let It

The Public Can Solve Climate Change if We Let It

The most efficient way of spreading renewable energy? Getting local communities involved.
India Faces a Looming Disaster

India Faces a Looming Disaster

Narendra Modi’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party is an election-winning machine. But its ideology is sharply at odds with economic or social common sense.
Our Best Reads This Weekend

Our Best Reads This Weekend

Boris Johnson becomes Britain’s prime minister, Donald Trump wades into the Kashmir conflict, and the Ebola epidemic in Congo rages on.

Document of the Week: Trump’s Mistake Reminds the World of This 47-Year-Old Pact

Read the 1972 Simla Agreement between India and Pakistan over Kashmir.
In the Islamic State’s Former Stronghold, a Secret Yearning for Assad

In the Islamic State’s Former Stronghold, a Secret Yearning for Assad

Though Raqqa was captured by the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces, many residents are mistrustful and believe only Bashar al-Assad can bring stability.
Congress to China: ‘Stop Stealing Our Stuff’

Congress to China: ‘Stop Stealing Our Stuff’

Republican Rep. Mark Green talks about forthcoming bipartisan legislation that would protect U.S. technology from Chinese espionage.
A Survivor’s Struggle to Care for Her People and Herself

A Survivor’s Struggle to Care for Her People and Herself

On the podcast: The filmmaker Alexandria Bombach followed the Yazidi human rights activist Nadia Murad for the film “On Her Shoulders.”
U.S. Balked at Sanctions on Sudan

U.S. Balked at Sanctions on Sudan

The Trump administration feared that taking action against the junta for killing protesters might upend peace talks.
The United States Treats Migrants Worse Than Prisoners of War

The United States Treats Migrants Worse Than Prisoners of War

Immigrant detainees regularly face conditions that would violate the Geneva Conventions.
Britain Will Protect Victims of Domestic Violence—Unless They’re Migrants

Britain Will Protect Victims of Domestic Violence—Unless They’re Migrants

Theresa May sought to burnish her legacy by introducing landmark legislation on domestic abuse before she stepped down. But like her hostile environment immigration policy, it leaves women without
Trump Won’t Give Up on Asylum Ban

Trump Won’t Give Up on Asylum Ban

Plus: Boris Johnson’s coming clash with the EU, protest crackdowns in Moscow and Hong Kong, and the other stories we’re following today.