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State Department Report Warns Kids in Government-Run Facilities ‘Easy Targets’ for Human Traffickers

State Department Report Warns Kids in Government-Run Facilities ‘Easy Targets’ for Human Traffickers

An annual government report sits awkwardly with the Trump administration’s policy of forcibly separating families at the border.
How North Korea Could Go From Hermit Kingdom to Factory Hub

How North Korea Could Go From Hermit Kingdom to Factory Hub

A new report provides the most detailed look yet at how a sanctions-free Pyongyang could strike it rich.
Zimbabwe Needs Genuine Democracy, Not Window Dressing

Zimbabwe Needs Genuine Democracy, Not Window Dressing

As the country prepares for the first post-Mugabe elections, the United States and its allies must use all the leverage they have to demand genuine reform.
Mattis’s Last Stand Is Iran

Mattis’s Last Stand Is Iran

As the U.S. defense secretary drifts further from President Donald Trump’s inner circle, his mission gets clearer: preventing war with Tehran.
Captain Erdogan Can’t Help the Turkish Soccer Team

Captain Erdogan Can’t Help the Turkish Soccer Team

With so much political, social, and financial capital invested in its national squad, why can’t Turkey qualify for a World Cup?
Myanmar’s Brutal Military Is Convicting Its Own Soldiers of Atrocities

Myanmar’s Brutal Military Is Convicting Its Own Soldiers of Atrocities

Generals of an army accused of genocide have started putting troops in the dock, and it’s not because they care about human rights.
The Belt and Road Bubble Is Starting to Burst

The Belt and Road Bubble Is Starting to Burst

China's hasty international investments are beginning to drag down its own economy.
Don’t Let Venezuela’s Government Smear the Opposition’s Brightest Star

Don’t Let Venezuela’s Government Smear the Opposition’s Brightest Star

Maduro’s autocratic regime is going after María Corina Machado because she is fearless and incorruptible. She needs Washington’s support.
Trump’s Push to Ban Iranian Oil Could Mean Pain at the Pump

Trump’s Push to Ban Iranian Oil Could Mean Pain at the Pump

Big buyers of Iranian oil such as China are seen as unlikely to cut purchases to zero, but sanctions will still send crude prices higher.
Ahead of NATO Summit, U.S. President Exhorts Allies to Pay Up

Ahead of NATO Summit, U.S. President Exhorts Allies to Pay Up

European officials worry that Trump could roil yet another international summit.
Children Are Paying the Price for Afghanistan’s Endless War

Children Are Paying the Price for Afghanistan’s Endless War

As schools become targets, young Afghans are living and working on the streets — and the government isn’t doing much to protect them.
This Isn’t Your Father’s OPEC Anymore

This Isn’t Your Father’s OPEC Anymore

Global oil markets are controlled by Russia and Saudi Arabia — despite America’s shale boom.
False Dawn in Afghanistan?

False Dawn in Afghanistan?

A temporary Taliban truce, despite the opportunity it presents, doesn’t mean peace is about to break out anytime soon.
Experts Question Wisdom of Canceling U.S. Exercises with South Korea, As Mattis Makes It Official

Experts Question Wisdom of Canceling U.S. Exercises with South Korea, As Mattis Makes It Official

But some analysts say it’s a small price to pay for the possibility of peace with North Korea.
Russia and China See in Trump Era a Chance to Roll Back Human Rights Promotion at U.N.

Russia and China See in Trump Era a Chance to Roll Back Human Rights Promotion at U.N.

As the United States retreats from the world, Moscow and Beijing seek to gut U.N. programs, cut staff.
With North Korea, Good Intentions Aren’t Enough

With North Korea, Good Intentions Aren’t Enough

Trump's unilateral negotiating strategy will fail unless the United States collaborates with its regional allies — and adversaries — to forge a lasting peace.
Washington Needs a New Solarium Project To Counter Cyberthreats

Washington Needs a New Solarium Project To Counter Cyberthreats

President Eisenhower confronted the unprecedented nuclear threat of the 1950s with a novel exercise. The United States needs a similar approach to tackle today's cyber threats.
Erdogan Has Mastered Democracy

Erdogan Has Mastered Democracy

For all the deserved criticisms of Turkey's president, the man knows how to win an election.
America’s Uncivil Protests Are Straight Out of Latin America

America’s Uncivil Protests Are Straight Out of Latin America

Donald Trump’s domestic critics are following South America’s successful anti-strongman playbook.
Kushner’s Peace Plan Is a Disaster Waiting to Happen

Kushner’s Peace Plan Is a Disaster Waiting to Happen

The last thing Israelis and Palestinians need now is another failed blueprint. Stabilizing Gaza is more important.