How severely can countries really punish China when many of them need Beijing for the most crucial of things—medical supplies?
Amid the pandemic, demonstrations and dissent are adapting to an era of social distancing.
For a majority of Indians, Beijing isn’t part of the solution to the pandemic, but the problem.
In an era of social distancing, one British institution has proven resilient.
The bloc’s failure to curb the country’s democratic decline suggests that it may not have much power at all.
Leaders invoking battle terminology to galvanize national action risk achieving the opposite.
The coronavirus is forcing everyone to adapt. Governments should be no different.
By reducing the term to a political pejorative, we risk rendering it worthless.
As the coronavirus spreads across the globe, so too does racism.
How do you carry out a vote during a pandemic?
In failing to curb violence in its capital city, the country’s government bears responsibility for it.
The illiberal tendencies of the American and Indian leaders have long-term impacts on democracy.
Mainstream parties need to consider broader coalitions if they want to avoid partnering with the extreme right.
The country’s surprising election results are a rejection of the status quo.
Britain’s exit from the European Union is being treated by some as an “independence day.” Could it actually become one?
A grassroots anti-populist movement is challenging Matteo Salvini in Italy. Can its model be emulated elsewhere?
For autocratic regimes, foreign sympathy for demonstrations is akin to intervention.
Responding to mass demonstrations with violence doesn’t always lead to the desired results.
The political movement defined democracies around the globe in the 2010s. It’s not going anywhere.
As the storming of the U.S. embassy in Iraq has shown, diplomatic protection isn’t always a given.