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How a Candidate’s Stabbing Will Further Radicalize Brazil

Right-wing populist Jair Bolsonaro’s wounds will heal, but the country’s politics will never be the same.

Federal Watchdogs Target Bullying, Retaliation at State Department

Mari Stull, a wine blogger-turned-Trump appointee, is the subject of two investigations into allegations of reprisals and bullying at the State Department.

America Can’t Be Trusted to Run the Global Economy

After Donald Trump’s unprovoked attack on Turkey, the world must protect itself from Washington’s economic power.

China’s Gig Economy is Driving Close to the Edge

Ordinary workers have lost out as party policies empower tech platforms.

Israel’s Secret War Against Iran Is Widening

Israel has fully joined the battle in Syria—but it's not clear it can achieve any of its goals there.

The Insubordination of Trump Isn’t Treason. It’s Normal.

The president isn't being subverted by the deep state—he's being thwarted by bureaucracy.
China’s Lessons for Fighting Fake News

China’s Lessons for Fighting Fake News

What Washington should—and shouldn’t—learn from Beijing’s example.
Russia’s Military Intelligence Agency Isn’t Stupid

Russia’s Military Intelligence Agency Isn’t Stupid

Don’t let the reporting on the suspected Skripal attackers fool you: Moscow got what it wanted.
India’s Aging Guerrillas Still Believe in the Struggle

India’s Aging Guerrillas Still Believe in the Struggle

As India’s police conjure up the specter of urban Maoist terror, the real insurgency remains deep in the jungle.

Pompeo Eyes Fox News Reporter to Head Counterpropaganda Office

The troubled agency is charged with responding to Russian influence operations.

Swedes Can’t Go Home Again

In the run-up to Sweden’s election, one word explains why the country used to feel like a family—and why it now feels adrift.

Inside Israel’s Secret Program to Back Syrian Rebels

Fighters were armed and paid to keep Iranian-linked forces away from Israel’s border.

The Buck Stops Here: Europe Seeks Alternative to U.S.-Dominated Financial System

Germany and France complain that the U.S. is abusing sanctions power to bully even its allies.
Germany’s Return of the Repressed

Germany’s Return of the Repressed

The country’s far-right wants to revive ethnic nationalism. The left must come up with its own alternative.

The Catholic Church Is a Dysfunctional Workplace

The ferocity of the Vatican’s civil war has less to do with theology or justice than petty office politics.

Russia Won’t Budge an Inch on Islands Japan Claims

Putin will never give ground on territorial issues, but Abe can still warm up relations.

So Long, Swedish Welfare State?

The model is already a thing of the past. But as this week’s election will show, Sweden will need to keep reforming.

Woodward Delivers, But Does He Tell Us Much We Didn’t Already Know?

Though full of juicy tidbits, the journalist’s portrait of the White House as “Crazytown” is all too familiar.

How to Restart War in the Balkans

The Trump administration will regret looking for simple solutions to Eastern Europe's territorial disputes.

Don’t Focus on Regime Change in Venezuela

How Maduro has held on to power, and why what follows him won’t likely be better.