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November 22, 2023

Israel
Israel Seeing Military Progress Against Hamas Amid Mounting Civilian Toll

Israel’s forces have moved to control the northern Gaza Strip but face challenges in tracking Hamas fighters into tunnels. Meanwhile, the costs for Palestinian civilians are intensifying pressure on …

November 6, 2023

Middle East and North Africa
How Hezbollah Sees the War in Gaza

A much-anticipated speech by Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah on November 3 largely echoed Iran’s pronouncements of support for Hamas and its threats of intervention in the group’s war against Israe…

February 14, 2024

Indonesia
Prabowo Wins. Does Indonesian Democracy Lose?

Prabowo Subianto has won Indonesia’s presidential election. What will his presidency bring? 

Suporters gather around Presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto as he claims victory after unofficial vote counts during an event to watch the results of the general election in Jakarta, Indonesia, February 14, 2024.

February 28, 2024

India
India’s Muslims: An Increasingly Marginalized Population

India’s Muslim communities have faced decades of discrimination, which experts say has worsened under the Hindu nationalist BJP’s government.

Muslim women in India hold signs during a protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act.

October 17, 2022

Immigration and Migration
Border Enforcement Won’t Solve the U.S. Migrant Crisis

When the U.S. Border Patrol tallies the arrests of those illegally crossing the border with Mexico in the past fiscal year, which finished at the end of September, the numbers will shatter a two-deca…

Border Patrol agent in Eagle Pass, Texas

December 1, 2022

Mexico
More Soldiers Won’t Curb Mexico’s Rampant Violence

Fully implementing and funding its 2008 constitutional reform of the justice system would reduce impunity, boost public confidence and uphold the basic rule of law.

Mexico’s justice system needs better police, lawyers and judges—and fewer soldiers.

February 23, 2024

United States
Campaign Roundup: Close Presidential Elections Have Become the Norm

Each Friday, I look at what the presidential contenders are saying about foreign policy. This Week: It will be a break from recent practice if either party’s nominee wins big in November.

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January 29, 2024

India
The Battle for Global South Leadership

Both China and India aspire for the role, but it is not clear if nations that belong to the group see either of them as a benign leader or their champion

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and China's President Xi Jinping attend the BRICS summit meeting in Johannesburg, South Africa, July 27, 2018.