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The Nobel Prize for Climate Catastrophe

The Nobel Prize for Climate Catastrophe

The economist William Nordhaus will receive his profession’s highest honor for research on global warming that’s been hugely influential—and entirely misguided.

Chávez’s Real Legacy Is Disaster

It's easy to blame Maduro, but the seeds of calamity were sown by his predecessor.

Trump’s Push to Boost Lethal Drone Exports Reaps Few Rewards

Sources say the U.S. Defense Department is stubbornly resisting the new rules.

Netanyahu’s Toy Soldiers

Israel’s prime minister is now also its defense minister—but he’s mostly interested in the job for PR.

U.N. Body Declares Famine Conditions in Parts of Yemen

World Food Program report expected to further erode support in Washington for Saudi bombings in Yemen.

Brexit Is Falling Apart — Slowly

Decisions in Europe and the U.K. make their separation less likely.

Abroad or at Home, China Puts Party First

At the heart of Beijing's global influence plans is a clear Leninist vision.

Afghanistan’s Taliban Is in It to Win It

The United States should remember Islamist militants are playing the long game.

Abiy Ahmed Is Not a Populist

The Ethiopian prime minister’s opponents fear that he’s an African Erdogan. His rhetoric and policies suggest he’s more of a liberal democrat.

White House Digs Itself in Deeper on Khashoggi

CIA briefing only hardens senators’ view that Mohammed bin Salman was behind the journalist’s killing.

Mohammed bin Salman Is Worse Than a Criminal. He’s a Symbol.

Why is everyone so angry about Saudi Arabia's crown prince? Jamal Khashoggi is only a small part of the story.

Trump and NATO Show Rare Unity in Confronting Russia’s Arms Treaty Violation

NATO backs U.S. assertion that Moscow is violating a key Cold War-era arms treaty.

The Better Earth

China's future isn't just skyscrapers, but also soil.

Global Warming Is Setting Fire to American Leadership

One of the side effects of climate change will be the end of U.S. hegemony.

How an Internet Impostor Exposed the Underbelly of the Czech Media

When politicians own the press, trolls have the last laugh.

Strong Economy Poses Recruitment Challenge for the U.S. Army

In an interview, the Army secretary also discusses budget cuts and new cyberthreats.

The Scourge of the Red Notice

How some countries use Interpol to go after dissidents and debtors.

Security Brief: Khashoggi Report Hangs Over Talks at Reagan Defense Forum; Mattis Accuses Putin of Election Meddling

Dispatch from the Reagan National Defense Forum, UK Defense Minister on Russia’s arms treaty violation, remembering George H.W. Bush.

How Europe Could Blunt U.S. Iran Sanctions Without Washington Lifting A Finger

If the EU gives its special purpose vehicle for Iran trade a humanitarian focus, the Trump administration won’t be able to stop it without trampling longstanding U.S. exemptions.

Americans’ Blind Faith in the Military Is Dangerous

U.S. citizens show deference to the armed forces regardless of their political persuasion. Their willingness to let the generals decide is a threat to the democratic tradition of civilian oversight.