The Biden administration can score an easy win by ending Alexander Lukashenko's illegal reign, ICWA executive director Gregory Feifer says.
President Trump’s former appointee has turned his time in the White House into profits.
Beijing says it will wipe out poverty by the end of this year, but only when poverty is defined as extreme and rural.
China feels cautiously optimistic President-elect Joe Biden can lower—or at least pause—fast-escalating tensions between the countries.
Three books examine the enormous impact of the Haitian Revolution.
Former top official Mohammed Dahlan's name is being floated as more flexible replacement for President Mahmoud Abbas.
France's teachers have been charged with instilling "republican values" in public schools. They are finding it an overwhelming task.
Reflections on "40 years of an intimate association with a wayward US Eurasian ally."
As Americans await final results in their presidential campaign, they would do well to learn from Israel's hard-won experience on surviving uncertainty.