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The West Has Abandoned Liberals Like Me

As the United States and Europe debate the demise of global order, people in forgotten corners of the world are still risking their lives for freedom.

Australia’s Draconian Refugee Policy Comes Home to Roost

The government has gone to great lengths to keep asylum-seekers from its shores. Now it might have to accept some of them after all.

China Is in Denial on Trade

With few good options for responding to a trade war, Xi is banking on simply outlasting Trump.

Israel’s About-Face on Gaza

Netanyahu may be changing his mind about war. If he does, it will be thanks to an environmental and health disaster that threatens to cross the border.

Divorced, But Still Living Together

How Theresa May’s deal with Brussels would keep Britain in the European Union in all but name.

What Happened to Trump’s Khashoggi Report?

The president doubles down on his support for the Saudi crown prince without citing further evidence.

In Afghanistan, a 17-Year Stalemate

America’s top general admits the war is at an impasse.

Last Call for Hong Kong’s Rule of Law

Trying protest leaders fairly would show the city still has a fair justice system.

Taiwanese Filmmakers Can’t Escape Beijing’s Grip

The market's in the mainland, but the freedom to create is in Taiwan.

Trump’s Iran Sanctions Could Work

In the medium term, they’ll make it hard for the country to keep up oil production, satisfy domestic demand, and fund the government.

In Israel, a Coalition of the Barely Willing

Netanyahu outmaneuvers rivals, heads off early election.

U.S. Military Targets Growing Russian and Chinese Influence in Latin America

The Air Force chief of staff pushes back during a visit to Colombia.

Globalization’s Government Turns 10

For a decade, the G-20 has provided the nondemocratic oversight the global economy deserves.

Will the Tories Sacrifice Theresa May to Survive?

Britain’s prime minister is fighting a three-front battle to save her Brexit deal. Most of the party claims to support her, but the prospect of losing power to Jeremy Corbyn might motivate

Security Brief: The Generals’ Pentagon; Dispatch from Halifax

DOD civilians feel they no longer have a seat at the table, lawmakers and officials let loose at Halifax, dueling price tags on Space Force, and more.

Why There’s No Palestinian Protest Vote in Jerusalem

Candidates who ran for local office were subjected to violent threats by fellow Palestinians, but they have vowed to do it again.

Matteo Salvini’s Selfie Politics

Far-right or not, the Italian deputy prime minister’s social media presence has made him one of the most popular politicians in Italy.

How Would U.S. Prosecutors Go After Assange?

Prosecuting the WikiLeaks founder raises hard questions about U.S. press freedom that may not, at present, be answerable.

China and the EU Are Growing Sick of U.S. Financial Power

They are trying their best to erode Washington’s rules.

The Brexit Deal Won’t Destroy Britain

Theresa May’s proposed deal with the European Union won’t put Jeremy Corbyn in power, but it might cost the prime minister her job.