A series of op-eds, essays and commentaries on today’s biggest global news headlines.
Gambia’s Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission (TRRC) will give Yahya Jammeh’s victims a path towards healing. It’s a step in the right direction. But the proceedings are off to a shaky start.
In his first five years, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his BJP party took India down a path where basic freedoms and the rule of law are no longer guaranteed, transforming the secular foundations of India’s democracy into a violent, authoritarian regime.
The Mueller Report confirmed Russia’s effort to influence the US election, further evidence of Putin manipulating the world stage with his guerrilla political tactics.
In Venezuela, soaring inflation, inadequate social services, impaired communications systems, and a lack of food supplies and medication have crippled the society. People are starving and in desperate need, but aid is being turned away by a president whose decisions are serving his illegitimate grip on power.
Government-imposed restrictions on press freedoms and a preference for simplified narratives in many foreign media outlets contribute to inadequate reporting on Sudan.
In a country where the government does not allow a real political dialogue, this is how the Algerian people practice their politics.
D.C. reporters should treat their posting like they are working in a foreign bureau. It might seem like home, but the rules keep changing, and every week there’s a new crisis.
Veronique de Viguerie brings a war photographer’s eye to the battle raging in France over economic disparity.
What media theorist Marshall McLuhan would make of today's American political stars.