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Don’t Turn The Turkish Army Into A Political Tool

Don’t Turn The Turkish Army Into A Political Tool

Turkey has a history of coups. Whoever wins the election must prevent politicization of the military.
Russia’s World Cup Isn’t as Safe as It Looks

Russia’s World Cup Isn’t as Safe as It Looks

The Kremlin has prepared for the soccer tournament by cracking down on terror threats — the wrong kind.
Trump Is Playing Chicken With Children’s Lives

Trump Is Playing Chicken With Children’s Lives

The U.S. child welfare system is strained to its limits. Family separation could push it over the edge.
Can Pedro Sánchez Put Spain Back Together Again?

Can Pedro Sánchez Put Spain Back Together Again?

The 2017 crisis in Catalonia tore the country apart. The new Spanish prime minister will need to fend off rivals and manage alliances to stay in power long enough to heal the wounds.
Top Democratic Lawmakers Sound Alarm on Trump ‘Loyalty Tests’ for State Department Officials

Top Democratic Lawmakers Sound Alarm on Trump ‘Loyalty Tests’ for State Department Officials

A letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo follows Foreign Policy’s report.
Trump’s Trade Wars Prompt Congressional Pushback

Trump’s Trade Wars Prompt Congressional Pushback

As the U.S. trade war with China escalates, a growing number of GOP lawmakers want final say on tariffs.
Get Ready for a Mexican Left Turn on Foreign Policy

Get Ready for a Mexican Left Turn on Foreign Policy

If populism sweeps to power in Mexico, the country's foreign policy will return to the 1930s.
If Trump Tears Up NAFTA, Sports Will Keep North America Together

If Trump Tears Up NAFTA, Sports Will Keep North America Together

The joint 2026 World Cup is yet another sign that Canada, Mexico, and the United States are becoming increasingly culturally and economically interdependent.
Trump’s Space Force Faces Hurdles in the Pentagon and Congress

Trump’s Space Force Faces Hurdles in the Pentagon and Congress

The U.S. president's plan could put him at odds with his defense secretary.
The Country That Wasn’t Ready to Win the Lottery

The Country That Wasn’t Ready to Win the Lottery

Guyana just discovered it owns enough oil to solve all its problems — and cause even bigger ones.
‘At Least During the Internment …’ Are Words I Thought I’d Never Utter

‘At Least During the Internment …’ Are Words I Thought I’d Never Utter

I was sent to a camp at just 5 years old — but even then, they didn't separate children from families.
Turkey’s Wag-the-Dog Election

Turkey’s Wag-the-Dog Election

Erdogan is fighting a military battle to win a political one.
Security Brief: North Korea Summit Aftermath; Cyber Authorities

Security Brief: North Korea Summit Aftermath; Cyber Authorities

The real work of implementing the agreement quickly spun up after the summit.
Nice Democracy You’ve Got There. Be a Shame If Something Happened to It.

Nice Democracy You’ve Got There. Be a Shame If Something Happened to It.

China's Communist Party is using thuggish proxies to disrupt Taiwan and Hong Kong.
I Fought Against Muqtada al-Sadr. Now He’s Iraq’s Best Hope.

I Fought Against Muqtada al-Sadr. Now He’s Iraq’s Best Hope.

The former militia leader who once terrorized U.S. forces has reinvented himself as an Iraqi nationalist and a pragmatist.
Malaysia’s $6.5 Billion Scandal Almost Sank Its Democracy

Malaysia’s $6.5 Billion Scandal Almost Sank Its Democracy

The cover-up of the 1MDB affair was taking the country toward autocracy — until the people won the day.
Nobody’s Protecting India’s Bravest Journalists

Nobody’s Protecting India’s Bravest Journalists

I had the resources to survive a campaign of online hate — but other reporters have been far less fortunate.

The Ghost of Hugo Chávez Is Haunting Colombia’s Election

Some Colombians fear that their country could go the way of Venezuela.
Peace Pact in the Balance As Colombians Vote

Peace Pact in the Balance As Colombians Vote

Sunday’s election is widely seen as a referendum on the historic peace accord with the FARC.
Stalin Falsified the Data, Then Killed the Statisticians

Stalin Falsified the Data, Then Killed the Statisticians

How the Soviet Union facilitated the famine of the 1930s that killed millions of Ukrainians, then buried the evidence.