Beyond the geopolitical ramifications, what's happening in Sudan is our problem too. Between the violence from those in charge and the meaning of citizen movements, the stakes couldn't be higher.
I was not at Tiananmen those weeks in the spring 1989, when thousands of students occupied the square, demanding more room in a modernizing ...
By distinguishing between refugees and migrants, international law underestimates the plight of people displaced by poverty and climate change.
From France to Poland, the far-right draws people in with plot lines that offer fast and easy answers but no long-term solutions.
Against a tide of right-wing nationalism, Germany's Basic Law — with its emphasis on fundamental rights — is as relevant now as it was 70 years ago, when it first appeared.
Chancellor Kurz deserves credit for trying to work with the populist FPÖ. But he's also right to end the relationship in the wake of the damning scandal
Once upon a time, Italy embraced its own politically incorrect billionaire-turned-politico. And yet the real shift toward Trump-style nationalism came after Berlusconi's departure.
Political Scientist Soner Cagaptay once dubbed Recep Tayyip Erdogan the "inventor of 21st-century ...
From films to photography, artwork can help arouse the empathy we need to counter these dark days of border walls and White nationalist terrorism, not yet extinct, and art foments it.
Current nationalism in post-Partition India and Pakistan can't kill the spirit of the independent businesses that embody memory and history.
How is it that analysis of the rising world power is reduced to an abstract notion from the field of genetics? Established experts on China are not looking at the future.
His record in Britain's former colonies more closely resembles that of a war criminal than a defender of democracy and freedom.
With business sense and political pragmatism, communist China probably sees more sense backing Venezuela's liberal opposition, which could seal the fate of its longtime ally.
Despite episodes of hatred and nationalism, Gandhi's ideas are still alive and well in India.
In southwest France, the "eusko" currency has become the centerpiece of an alternative ecosystem that is not obsessed with economic growth.
-Analysis- NEW YORK — As 2018 comes to a close, attention is turning to what is likely to happen in 2019. I have no idea. But if you follow these questions, yo......
WASHINGTON — My first encounter with China was, oddly, at the top of the Empire State Building. I was a young student, and climbing to the top of the Manhattan landmark......
Far-right and far-left from around the world voice support for the popular uprising in France.
The new president is hoping to strike what has tended to be an elusive balance in Latin America: equitable economic growth.
In the West, the era of grand, strategic pacts between nation-states seems to have come and gone. But in Asia, the trend may just be catching on.
NEW DELHI — When Shehla Rashid, a student leader in India, tweeted to welcome Irish singer Sinead O'Connor into the Islamic fold, she could not have expected much of a controvers......