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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.
No More Mr. Nice Canada

No More Mr. Nice Canada

Canada's reputation for friendly politeness, especially when dealing with the United States, is long overdue for revision.
Alexis Tsipras Deserves the Nobel Peace Prize

Alexis Tsipras Deserves the Nobel Peace Prize

Greece's prime minister, together with his partner in Macedonia, has created a model for solving identity clashes across the globe.
Russian Troll or Clumsy Publicity Hound?

Russian Troll or Clumsy Publicity Hound?

A Russian media executive says he’s come to Washington to test the limits of American freedom.
How Far Will Bavaria’s Conservatives Go to Fend Off the Far-Right?

How Far Will Bavaria’s Conservatives Go to Fend Off the Far-Right?

Angela Merkel’s sister party, the Christian Social Union, is taking an extreme line on refugees and threatening to bring down her coalition.
Lebanon Is Protecting Hezbollah’s Cocaine Trade in Latin America

Lebanon Is Protecting Hezbollah’s Cocaine Trade in Latin America

The country's institutions are not a counterweight to Hezbollah, but its enablers.
OFAC Off

OFAC Off

The European Union needs to defend its economic sovereignty from U.S. overreach. Creating its own agency for sanctions enforcement would be a start.
Kuwait and Oman Are Stuck in Arab No Man’s Land

Kuwait and Oman Are Stuck in Arab No Man’s Land

The showdown with Qatar is forcing all Middle Eastern countries to pick sides — and leaving two of them in the lurch.
Never Call Kim Jong Un Crazy Again

Never Call Kim Jong Un Crazy Again

After the Singapore summit, it isn't just wrong to say the North Korean leader is irrational — it's dangerous.
2018 Career Diplomat of the Year Zeid Raad al-Hussein: Read the Transcript

2018 Career Diplomat of the Year Zeid Raad al-Hussein: Read the Transcript

Zeid Raad al-Hussein serves as the U.N. high commissioner for human rights.
2018 Diplomat of the Year Chrystia Freeland: Read the Transcript

2018 Diplomat of the Year Chrystia Freeland: Read the Transcript

Chrystia Freeland is Canada’s foreign minister and the member of Parliament for University-Rosedale.
China Smells Opportunity in the Middle East’s Crisis

China Smells Opportunity in the Middle East’s Crisis

Beijing is using the region's ongoing woes to solidify its own geopolitical agenda.