Olaf Scholz rooted his campaign in respect—and won.
The Alternative for Germany is expected to fall short of its historic 2017 victory, but that doesn’t mean it has failed.
The country’s decision wasn’t based on science; it was based on politics.
Some of Afghanistan’s most skilled and educated citizens have been forced to flee, while those who remain can no longer be who they are.
Only equitable vaccine distribution, not booster shots, can end the pandemic.
One family’s bid to escape Afghanistan is emblematic of how the United States is failing to help those who risked their lives to work with Americans.
The generation of Afghans who came of age after the American invasion will not so easily revert to the pre-2001 status quo.
How Greta Thunberg became the target of a barrage of disinformation and conspiracies.
As the world reckons with the grim reality of the climate crisis, right-wing populists are adapting their message.
More and more, the international spectacle has become synonymous with overspending, corruption, and autocratic regimes.
Backlash to the ice-cream maker’s decision to distinguish between Israel and the territories it occupies has shown that, for many Israelis, the distinction no longer exists.
England’s national team has modeled a compassionate, progressive, and inclusive patriotism.
Defeating Viktor Orbán will be hard, but undoing Hungary’s democratic decline will be harder.
As Russia tries to expel Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, Joe Biden must show that he’ll protect media rights in ways his predecessor didn’t.
A hijacked flight forced attention back on the European country. The world must respond, the leader of the Belarusian prodemocracy movement told The Atlantic, and fast.
Close observers of U.S. policy say the subtle shift reflects a progressive push to focus on human rights.
American tourists are stereotypically thought of as loud, boorish, and tacky. They’re also sorely missed.
The world’s largest vaccine producer is struggling to overcome its latest COVID-19 surge—and that’s everyone’s problem.
Millions of citizens living outside the United States are waiting for their COVID-19 vaccines. What responsibility does the government have to help them?
Domestic vaccine passports are fine on the surface, but they don’t provide help to the people who need it most.