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February 22, 2024

Palestinian Territories
The UN’s Palestinian Aid Controversy: What’s at Stake

The leading UN aid agency for Palestinian refugees is engulfed in allegations that twelve of its employees were involved in the Hamas attacks on southern Israel. The agency faces severe funding cutba…

November 18, 2019

Hong Kong
How Is Congress Trying to Support the Hong Kong Protesters?

If passed, a new bill would signal U.S. support for the protesters and put pressure on China’s leaders.

February 12, 2024

Indonesia
Indonesia’s Presidential Election: The Old Guard Faces the New

The February 14 election marks a potential turning point in Southeast Asia’s most powerful state, likely determining its future relations with China and the United States, and the fate of the country…

February 8, 2024

Israel
Has Diplomacy Run Its Course in the Israel-Hamas War?

Continuing efforts to broker a deal throughout the Middle East still could succeed, despite the latest failed effort to pause the fighting in the Gaza Strip and secure a hostage release.

December 22, 2022

Brazil
Lula Is Back. What Does That Mean for Brazil?

President-Elect Lula will soon take office in Brazil, more than a decade after his second term ended. What’s in store for this third Lula administration?

July 27, 2023

Germany
A More Strategic German Foreign Policy?

Germany’s new strategies are important foreign policy markers, but they shy away from establishing the country as a leader among European powers.

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz stands behind a window in Berlin featuring a reflection of a military honor guard.

October 19, 2023

Latin America
Ecuador’s 2023 Election: What Noboa’s Victory Means

Daniel Noboa Azín is the youngest president in Ecuador’s history and faces immediate challenges in tackling the country’s grave economic and security crises.