The Long Twilight of the Islamic Republic

Iran’s Transformational Season of Protest

Op-Ed / Asia

Let Afghanistan Rebuild

Like It or Not, Donors Must Work With The Taliban on Economic Recovery.

Op-Ed / United States

Biden Can’t Denounce Russia’s Annexations and Ignore Israel’s

From the Baltic Republics to Crimea, Washington has opposed forcible annexation—and the Golan Heights should be no exception.

Op-Ed / United States

How to End Yemen’s Forever War

Washington Can Help Broker a Lasting Peace

Haiti Needs Help

Foreign Troops Might Be the Least Bad Option

Op-Ed / Europe & Central Asia

Russia wants to break Ukraine with the cold and dark. It hasn’t succeeded – so far

Relentless attacks are cutting off power, heat and water. Civilians will need the west’s help to survive the winter

Op-Ed / Africa

Tchad : le choix de Mahamat Déby

Enrica Picco, d’International Crisis Group, appelle le président de transition à nommer une commission d’enquête indépendante pour faire la lumière sur la répression des manifestations du 20 octobre.

Op-Ed / Asia

Afghanistan’s central bank needs its assets back, argues Graeme Smith

Technical negotiations may succeed where political ones have failed, says the policy expert.

Op-Ed / Europe & Central Asia

A Dangerous Idea to Punish Putin

Designating Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism will only backfire.

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