Less than a week into the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, 14 of the scheduled 52 games have already been played by some of the 24 national teams at stadiums in nine cities across France.
The demonstrations have parallels to the Tiananmen Square protests, but the legacy of another event on June 4, 1989, could shape Hong Kong’s future.
Abroad, Putin is perceived as the master orchestrator of all of Russia’s actions. But his hold on the state’s security services is more limited.
A younger generation—powered by the children and grandchildren of immigrants from France’s former African colonies—disputes a national myth.
Organizers claim that more than 1 million demonstrators took to the streets to denounce a proposed bill that would allow extradition to China and undercut Hong Kong’s independence.
In the Central African Republic, peacekeepers come in all sizes.
Can any project forged on the back of Brexit be truly internationalist? Theresa May’s successor will find out.
Foreign leaders treat the president to pomp and ceremony in the hopes that he’ll be more favorable to their country. It rarely works.
A presidential visit to the United Kingdom, rainbow flags on the Stonewall National Monument, flooding on the Mississippi River, D-Day anniversary observations in France, Eid al-Fitr celebrations in Turkey, and much more
Kazakhstan’s longtime leader ceded power to a self-appointed successor, who is all but certain to win this week’s election.
The rebuilding of monuments honoring Bashar al-Assad’s family taunts the opposition he brutally crushed.
Traditional honey hunters dangle from rope ladders in pursuit of valuable “cliff honey.”
There was little to fault in the president’s speech on the 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion, even if he can undo its message with a simple tweet.
The question of how to read U.S. intelligence on Iranian threats—and how to respond to them—is at the center of a debate over military escalation.
Images of some of the brave women who worked tirelessly for years to demand equal rights, and finally succeeded by having them written into law
Trump has expressed affection for authoritarian leaders, so it’s unclear what impression the celebrations will make on the president.
Some of the hundreds of incredible photographs taken recently of our home planet from the unique vantage point of astronauts aboard the International Space Station
British leaders have accommodated Trump at every turn, yet gifts from Queen Elizabeth II and Theresa May are subtle reminders of the power of democracy.
The major strategic divide over how to deal with Beijing will outlast Donald Trump.
In one of the most dangerous countries in the world for women, three courageous Pakistanis put their lives on the line in the fight for equality.