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Comic Relief’s Vision of Africa Isn’t Funny

Comic Relief’s Vision of Africa Isn’t Funny

The perennial British charity is sticking with poverty porn in its fundraising efforts.
How Citizen Journalists Solved the Mystery of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17

How Citizen Journalists Solved the Mystery of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17

On the podcast: The founder of the group Bellingcat on using open sources to investigate war crimes and abuses.
Russia’s Next Land Grab Won’t Be in an Ex-Soviet State. It Will Be in Europe.

Russia’s Next Land Grab Won’t Be in an Ex-Soviet State. It Will Be in Europe.

First he came for Georgia, then for Ukraine. Vladimir Putin’s next target is likely to be a non-NATO nation in the EU.
Trump Doesn’t Deserve Any Credit for His Disruptive Foreign Policy

Trump Doesn’t Deserve Any Credit for His Disruptive Foreign Policy

There’s no substance behind arguments that the U.S. president is using his unpredictability to the country’s advantage.
At the U.N., America Turns Back the Clock on Women’s Rights

At the U.N., America Turns Back the Clock on Women’s Rights

Internal documents show how the U.S. works to stymie progress on women’s health, cultural issues, and climate change.
Iran Is Mastering the Final Frontier

Iran Is Mastering the Final Frontier

Tehran’s military is advancing ever farther into outer space—and the threat is bigger than Washington is letting on.
China’s Provinces Can’t Afford Beijing’s Development Plans

China’s Provinces Can’t Afford Beijing’s Development Plans

Rising local debt is making the Chinese economy even more fragile.
U.S. Begins Work on New Missiles as Trump Scraps Treaty With Russia

U.S. Begins Work on New Missiles as Trump Scraps Treaty With Russia

Some worry the deployment of these weapons could spark a nonnuclear missile race.
Britain Looks Into the Trade Abyss

Britain Looks Into the Trade Abyss

Many fear a go-it-alone future outside the EU portends economic eclipse.
Boeing Insists Its Planes Are Safe. So Why Is the FAA Ordering Fixes?

Boeing Insists Its Planes Are Safe. So Why Is the FAA Ordering Fixes?

As the U.S. becomes the last country to ground the 737 Max, pilots say Boeing was quietly scrambling to improve its safety.
China Sends Skywritten Message by Grounding 737s

China Sends Skywritten Message by Grounding 737s

Beijing is setting the new rules of the skies.
India is Trump’s Next Target in the Trade War

India is Trump’s Next Target in the Trade War

Ending India’s preferential trade treatment won’t hurt economically—but it is politically dangerous.
Don’t Get Your Hopes Up About Algeria

Don’t Get Your Hopes Up About Algeria

The Middle East’s latest protests seem like the Arab Spring all over again. That’s no reason for optimism.
Islamophobes Came for Americans on the Campaign Trail

Islamophobes Came for Americans on the Campaign Trail

A new poll of Muslims who ran for office in the 2018 midterms shows how central bigotry has become to America's political life.
The Fight for Freedom in Algeria Isn’t Finished

The Fight for Freedom in Algeria Isn’t Finished

The 82-year-old Abdelaziz Bouteflika has pledged to step down, but the protesters’ victory won’t be complete without a genuine democratic transition.
Brexiteers Never Wanted Brexit to Begin With

Brexiteers Never Wanted Brexit to Begin With

History will show that the biggest obstacle to Brexit was its most fervent supporters. That’s no accident.
Battered and Bereft, May Loses Again on Brexit

Battered and Bereft, May Loses Again on Brexit

With the EU losing patience, no one in the House of Commons seems to know what to do next.
At Trump’s Pentagon, Empty Offices Are the New Normal

At Trump’s Pentagon, Empty Offices Are the New Normal

The problem has worsened since James Mattis left the U.S. Defense Department.
Republican Donor Cindy Yang Linked to Chinese Influence Machine

Republican Donor Cindy Yang Linked to Chinese Influence Machine

A scandal that started with massage parlors may tie into Beijing's plans.
Russia’s Pipe Dreams Are Europe’s Nightmare

Russia’s Pipe Dreams Are Europe’s Nightmare

Putin’s plans to run the TurkStream pipeline through the Balkans won’t end well.