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Tel Aviv’s One-State Reality

Palestinians running in municipal elections offer a glimpse of a shared future.

The Military Is Back in Brazil

From security to economic policy, under Jair Bolsonaro, the armed forces will be a major player in politics.

White Evangelicals Have Turned on Refugees

Churches ditched visions of global salvation for a cold nativism.

Security Brief: ‘Fighting Hate Is Everyone’s Job’; Bolton’s Whisper Campaign

A Q&A with the head of the humanitarian group suspected Tree of Life attacker Robert Bowers was obsessed with, John Bolton tries to ice out key members of Trump’s Cabinet, the Pentagon’s cyber

Beijing Has Learned How to Play U.S. Politics

China is listening to Trump’s phone, but what can it do with that information?
中国的大跃退

中国的大跃退

数十年来,中国设法避免了独裁统治通常会带来的大多数问题,而现在习近平对个人权力的追逐正在毁掉使中国成为例外的整个基础

‘Hateful Speech Almost Always Leads to Hateful Action’

The head of the refugee resettlement group that transfixed the Pittsburgh shooter says xenophobia is rising globally.

The Deadly Consequences of Dog-Whistle Politics

Eleven killed in the worst-ever attack on the U.S. Jewish community.

When to Call a Terrorist a Terrorist

The attack in Pittsburgh was an act of domestic terrorism. We should call it that.

‘Brazil Needs Peace and Not Hate’

Ahead of a runoff presidential election, Workers’ Party candidate Fernando Haddad spoke with Foreign Policy about Brazil’s future.

How Women Could Win It for Bolsonaro

Brazil’s far-right presidential front-runner made hateful comments a hallmark of his political life. That hasn’t held him back.

How Mohammed bin Salman Turned Saudi Arabia Into an Investment Wasteland

Businesses abroad are still taking his money, but they’re fleeing his country.

It’s Not Just the Right That’s Voting for Bolsonaro. It’s Everyone.

Brazil’s populist firebrand is relying on conservative values, fear of crime, anger about corruption, and rampant fake news to gain support from across the political spectrum.

Investors Love Bolsonaro. Can He Deliver?

Markets are soaring ahead of Brazil’s runoff election—on what may turn out to be mere wishful thinking.

Here’s How Trump Should Prepare for Iranian Escalation

Once sanctions are back in full force, the United States needs to be ready for the worst.

A Second Vote on Brexit Won’t Enhance Democracy. It Will Undermine It.

The elitist proponents of a “people’s vote” don’t care about the popular will. They only care about getting the outcome they want.
FP’s Guide to the Brazilian Election

FP’s Guide to the Brazilian Election

Ten things to read or listen to before the vote.

Flirting With Fascism

On the podcast: How Brazilians grew tired of democracy and rallied around a strongman.
China’s Nightmare Homestay

China’s Nightmare Homestay

In Xinjiang, unwanted Chinese guests monitor Uighur homes 24/7.

How to Compromise With Populism

It’s still possible to prevent the West from collapsing into permanent culture war—but only if it takes a totally new approach to nationalism.