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Francis Fukuyama is an American political scientist most known for his book The End of History and the Last Man. His most
In 1937, when Japan set out to conquer Asia, its “one percenters” earned a fifth of all income, around the same extravagant
2016 also demonstrated just how connected the world really is. We saw how China’s economic slump is testing Brazil’s democracy
Yemen is a country that wakes up every day in harrowing, crippling pain. The number of people facing life-threatening conditions
This year we watched Aleppo, Mosul and the refugee crisis unfold, but there are many other conflict stories that went untold.
President-elect Donald Trump upset the geopolitical apple cart by taking a call from Taiwan’s president and making some follow
In his speeches at the U.N., President Erdogan called on the international community to do its part to share the burden of the conflict.
It does not need to be like this.
The island is holding major talks to heal a divide that’s lasted over four decades, but there’s an elephant in the room.
As the heads of state and government for the 28 members of NATO gather in Warsaw Friday and Saturday, there are choppy waters