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For Ecuador’s Lenín Moreno, Evicting Julian Assange Is Only the Beginning

For Ecuador’s Lenín Moreno, Evicting Julian Assange Is Only the Beginning

The Ecuadorian president is seeking to broadly reverse Rafael Correa’s legacy.
Can China Deliver a Better Belt and Road?

Can China Deliver a Better Belt and Road?

Beijing promises greener and fairer projects, but it has to keep its promises at home as well.
Security Brief: Terror in Sri Lanka, Zelensky Cruises to Victory

Security Brief: Terror in Sri Lanka, Zelensky Cruises to Victory

Massive bombings strike island nation, leaving nearly 300 dead.
What’s Behind the Terrorist Attacks in Sri Lanka?

What’s Behind the Terrorist Attacks in Sri Lanka?

Coordinated blasts recall the island country’s violent past.
Books in Brief

Books in Brief

Recent releases on Richard Holbrooke, America’s hidden empire, and the untold story of Chernobyl.
Russia Has Won the Information War in Turkey

Russia Has Won the Information War in Turkey

The Kremlin doesn’t even need fake news to push its agenda on Turkish social media. Because domestic disinformation is rampant, Moscow has managed to infect both sides of the debate.
Dumping One Government Won’t Fix Mali

Dumping One Government Won’t Fix Mali

March’s deadly massacre exposed the lack of progress since the country’s peace accords—and the many political and security reforms that are needed.
Dumping One Government Won’t Fix Mali’s Security Situation

Dumping One Government Won’t Fix Mali’s Security Situation

March’s deadly massacre exposed the lack of progress since the country’s peace accords.
Ukraine’s Runoff Election Is More Than a Contest of Personalities

Ukraine’s Runoff Election Is More Than a Contest of Personalities

It is hard for the country to move West with Russia on its back.
Catching China by the Belt (and Road)

Catching China by the Belt (and Road)

How Washington can beat Beijing’s global influence campaign.
The World This Weekend

The World This Weekend

In recent days, Washington raced to decipher the Mueller report and Indonesian voters cast ballots at more than 800,000 polling stations.
Notre Dame Is Setting Macron’s Agenda Ablaze

Notre Dame Is Setting Macron’s Agenda Ablaze

A national catastrophe is ruining the French president’s plans for a revival.
Delhi Crime and Punishment

Delhi Crime and Punishment

Netflix’s hit show Delhi Crime documents the changes rocking Indian society—and not all of them are good.
With Trump’s Talks Faltering, Putin Wants In on the North Korea Game

With Trump’s Talks Faltering, Putin Wants In on the North Korea Game

Meeting Kim Jong Un may be the Russian leader’s latest effort to undermine the Americans.

Document of the Week: Jared Kushner’s Mideast Peace Email

“Our goal can’t be to keep things stable and as they are, our goal had to be to make things significantly BETTER!”
What the Mueller Report Tells Us About Russia’s Designs on 2020

What the Mueller Report Tells Us About Russia’s Designs on 2020

Political chaos in Washington is what Moscow was hoping for all along, U.S. intelligence officials say. And the Kremlin would like to create more of it.
The Butcher of Bosnia on Trial

The Butcher of Bosnia on Trial

On the podcast: A film on the war in Bosnia probes the psychology of genocide and justice.
The Billionaire and the Mayor Disrupting Taiwan’s Elections

The Billionaire and the Mayor Disrupting Taiwan’s Elections

Star politician Han Kuo-yu or Foxconn leader Terry Gou could lead the country — if they can convince people they don't work for China.