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“We want it to be aspirational,” said co-chair of U.S. President Joe Biden’s policy council.
In Ivory Coast, the court’s blind pursuit of justice undermined reconciliation efforts.
Are its U.N. panel obstructions about short-term leverage, or are they intended as an existential threat to the system?
A new book points to how best to handle alienated allies in a growing struggle.
This week in FP’s international news quiz: The world gears up for the Winter Olympics, protests sweep Sudan, and new missiles fly.
Seoul’s new missile technologies have both Pyongyang and Beijing in mind.
Rohingya refugees in India are facing persecution yet again.
It’s a new low for his government’s catastrophic pandemic response.
Nearly three years after Sudan’s revolution, military power is proving difficult to uproot.
Beijing’s FOBS delivery system could provoke an arms race—or a more stable deterrence relationship.
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