More and more female writers, journalists, and artists are offering an alternative to the typically male, often autocratic voice that dominates the Middle East.
The far-right politician Matteo Salvini has triggered a government crisis, forcing parties that despise one another to contemplate alliances, if only to block his rise.
A nation that itself broke free from colonial control has, under Trump, struggled to come up with a clear, consistent position on a massive demonstration from people in Hong Kong chafing at Chinese rule.
The U.S. president prides himself on freeing American prisoners held abroad. So why isn’t he pushing harder for the ones in Iran?
Lyubov Sobol has been an anti-corruption activist for years. Now, she is trying to win a seat on Moscow’s city council.
A Faroese pastor shares his reverence for the natural world.
The U.S. president canceled his visit to the kingdom over his failed attempt to buy Greenland. Danes are reacting with bewilderment, anger, and humor.
The French president has an answer for every problem, but is anyone listening?
The debate over Britain leaving the European Union has polarized the country and normalized what was previously unthinkable.
News reports have pointed to serious wrongdoing at the heart of the anti-corruption inquiry that has shaken many Latin American countries.
A small area in France has a long history of extraordinary kindness to strangers.
Activists are sharing their stories and grief—and Beijing is paying attention.
Huge numbers of deaths have gone uncounted in Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s drug war. What does that mean for due process, and for the countries that emulate him?
Chinese authorities have long sought to sway Hong Kongers, but more and more, residents of the city see it as being distinct from the mainland.
Outnumbered by drunk and disorderly visitors, the Netherlands fights back.
There have been daily protests since August 5, when the Indian government revoked the region’s special status.
The conservative government of President Iván Duque in Bogotá is offering citizenship to Colombian-born babies of Venezuelan mothers.
A “Grand Tattoo” in Berlin, a trapped raccoon in Florida, pole vaulting in Peru, mutton bustin' in Iowa, a Diplodocus in Germany, wildfires in Greece, spear fishing in Maine, and much more.
The commentary on Sally Rooney’s “sensuous lips” demonstrates that women writers still struggle to be taken seriously.
Whoever takes over from Coats permanently could serve as a needed voice of clarity about America’s biggest challenges—or see the intelligence community further sidelined.