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Foreign Policy: news on page 35

Martial Law Is a Test. Will Ukraine’s Democracy Pass?

Ukraine’s parliament resisted President Petro Poroshenko’s call for an extended state of emergency—but the battle isn’t over yet.

Ukraine’s New Front Is Europe’s Big Challenge

There’s plenty Europe should do to push back against Russia’s latest attack on Ukraine.
Congolese Cover-Up

Congolese Cover-Up

The U.N. concluded two of its investigators, an American and a Swede, were killed in a random ambush in Congo. But evidence suggests they may have walked into a government trap.

If the U.S. Government Won’t Act, Airbnb Will

While the White House rubber-stamps Benjamin Netanyahu’s every move, the online rental company is cracking down on Israel’s illegal settlements.
Women Want to Put Yemen Back Together Again

Women Want to Put Yemen Back Together Again

Men caused the world’s worst humanitarian disaster, but it’s become clear they can’t fix it.

China’s Most Popular App Is Full of Hate

WeChat groups have become a major vector for anti-Muslim conspiracy theories.

Is Kabila Using Ethnic Violence to Delay Elections?

What fighting in Ituri means for politics and the U.N. mission to the DRC.
China’s Untested Military Could Be a Force—or a Flop

China’s Untested Military Could Be a Force—or a Flop

It’s been decades since the PLA fought a war. Does that matter?
Let Slip the Dogs of Diplomacy!

Let Slip the Dogs of Diplomacy!

A very brief recent history of animals in foreign affairs.

Putin Pushes Russia-Ukraine Tensions to a Four-Year High

By firing on and seizing Ukrainian vessels, Moscow has thrown the West into a quandary: add sanctions, send in NATO, or hope for a de-escalation?

Les Misérables vs. Macron

France’s angry nationwide protests are less like a revolution than a Tea Party—and that’s bad news for the government.

The Vulgar Marxism of Middle East Punditry

For political activists in the Muslim world, it's not just the economy, stupid.

Security Brief: Stand-Off in the Kerch Strait; Chaos and Tear Gas at the Border

A stand-off in the Kerch Strait marks a new phase in an undeclared war between Russia and Ukraine, the caravan arrives in Tijuana, U.S. troops are now authorized to use lethal force against migrants,

Inside China’s Re-education Camps

On the podcast: A Uighur journalist describes the plight of her relatives interned in Xinjiang.

How One Top Diplomat Took a Stand Against Trump’s Immigration Policy

The under secretary of state feared that canceling the temporary protected status for some immigrants would be a blight on U.S. foreign policy.
ISIS May Be Gone, But Iraq’s Yazidis Are Still Suffering

ISIS May Be Gone, But Iraq’s Yazidis Are Still Suffering

The defeat of the Islamic State has created a power vacuum in the northern Iraqi town of Sinjar, leaving the Yazidi minority at the mercy of competing militias.

The Beautiful Rivers—And the Dammed

Advances in solar and wind power mean that hydropower is no longer the only renewable game in town—and that’s good news for the world’s rivers.

Want to Deradicalize Terrorists? Treat Them Like Everyone Else.

Many counter-extremism efforts falter because ideological reform programs run by governments lack credibility. Appealing to the basic psychological needs of ex-radicals is more promising.
Refuge, Reformed

Refuge, Reformed

Kenya has found a way to make refugee camps benefit host communities. Other countries should follow its lead.

Why the Pentagon and Silicon Valley Need to Get on the Same Page

An interview with the new head of the Pentagon’s Defense Innovation Unit.