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Journalists Are Living in Fear in Republika Srpska

Journalists Are Living in Fear in Republika Srpska

Bosnia has a thriving media sector, but those who refuse to become mouthpieces for the government increasingly find themselves in exile or under police protection.
400 American Troops Can’t Do Anything

400 American Troops Can’t Do Anything

If the president wants to withdraw from Syria, he might as well just withdraw.
The World’s Many Measles Conspiracies Are All the Same

The World’s Many Measles Conspiracies Are All the Same

The deadly disease is spreading rapidly around the globe, fueled by a cratering of social trust.
Despite Trump’s Tough Talk, No Boost for Missile Defense Agency

Despite Trump’s Tough Talk, No Boost for Missile Defense Agency

The administration will instead increase investments in offensive missile defense capabilities, such as hypersonic technology.
Maximum Pressure Yields Minimum Results

Maximum Pressure Yields Minimum Results

Trump’s favorite foreign-policy doctrine has failed.
How to Cheat at Xi Jinping Thought

How to Cheat at Xi Jinping Thought

A newly mandatory app is eating up Chinese workers’ time—so they’re finding ways around it.
Russia’s New Missiles Are Aimed at the U.S.

Russia’s New Missiles Are Aimed at the U.S.

But Moscow’s hypersonic weapons may be more bark than bite.
Get Ready for China’s Baby Quotas

Get Ready for China’s Baby Quotas

Demographic fears mean a hard future for women's rights.
Hard Brexit Means Hard Times on the Toilet

Hard Brexit Means Hard Times on the Toilet

One consequence of leaving the EU that Brexiteers forgot to reckon with? Nationwide toilet paper shortages.
Whoever Predicts the Future Will Win the AI Arms Race

Whoever Predicts the Future Will Win the AI Arms Race

China, Russia, and the United States are approaching the long-term strategic potential of artificial intelligence very differently. The country that gets it right will reap huge military benefits.
India’s Dogfight Loss Could Be a Win for U.S. Weapons-Makers

India’s Dogfight Loss Could Be a Win for U.S. Weapons-Makers

Boeing and Lockheed Martin are vying for India’s long-delayed fighter replacement program.
A Central American Marshall Plan Won’t Work

A Central American Marshall Plan Won’t Work

Trump and AMLO are misreading history.
Trump Doesn’t Want to Play Peacemaker

Trump Doesn’t Want to Play Peacemaker

With the United States missing in action in the India-Pakistan crisis, others need to step up.
The Tragedy of Trump’s Foreign Policy

The Tragedy of Trump’s Foreign Policy

The U.S. president had some genuine insights about America’s international problems. Where did it all go wrong?
The West Needs to Take the Politics of Women in ISIS Seriously

The West Needs to Take the Politics of Women in ISIS Seriously

Victim narratives and sensationalist reporting undermine female fighters’ agency.
Justin Trudeau Lived by Social Media. Now He’s Dying by It.

Justin Trudeau Lived by Social Media. Now He’s Dying by It.

The self-immolation of the Canadian government is rooted in the way it came to power.
Canada’s Golden Boy Loses His Shine

Canada’s Golden Boy Loses His Shine

Damning testimony on a corporate scandal leaves Trudeau's future shaky.
Benny Gantz and Yair Lapid Must Not Repeat Tzipi Livni’s Mistake

Benny Gantz and Yair Lapid Must Not Repeat Tzipi Livni’s Mistake

The former foreign minister could have saved Israel from a decade of Benjamin Netanyahu’s disastrous rule, but in 2008 she refused to lead a coalition supported by Israeli Arab parties and threw away
Kazakhs Won’t Be Silenced on China’s Internment Camps

Kazakhs Won’t Be Silenced on China’s Internment Camps

Activists are speaking out for those imprisoned in Xinjiang—even if their own government doesn’t like it.
Security Brief: Hanoi Summit Cleanup; Mattis vs. the Aircraft Carrier

Security Brief: Hanoi Summit Cleanup; Mattis vs. the Aircraft Carrier

White House aides insist the Vietnam summit was not a failure.