The U.S. Military Is Taking Notes on the War in Ukraine
The Saudi-Iran Deal Is a Warning From MBS to Washington
Xi Takes a Highly Choreographed Curtain Call
For the U.K.’s Migration Policy, the Cruelty Is the Point
Only ‘Strategic Generosity’ Will Stabilize the EU’s Southern Border
Global Migration Is Not Abating. Neither Is the Backlash Against It
Class Identity Still Matters in U.S. Politics—If You Know What to Look For
Xi Arrives in Russia to Stand With Putin Against West Amid Ukraine War
By Francesca Ebel & Lily Kuo | The Washington Post (free)
Chinese leader Xi Jinping landed in Russia on Monday for a much-anticipated three-day state visit, taking a joint stand with President Vladimir Putin against the West even as the Russian leader stands accused by the International Criminal Court of war crimes in Ukraine.
Earth to Hit Critical Warming Threshold by Early 2030s, Climate Panel Says
By Brad Plumer | The New York Times (free)
Earth is likely to cross a critical threshold for global warming within the next decade, and nations will need to make an immediate and drastic shift away from fossil fuels to prevent the planet from overheating dangerously beyond that level, according to a major new report released Monday.
More from WPR: Tackling Climate Change Will Take Changing How We Farm—and What We Eat
Pakistan Police Arrest Dozens of Imran Khan Supporters
By Mubasher Bukhari & Gibran Naiyyar Peshimam | Reuters
Former Prime Minister Imran Khan has asked the chief justice of Pakistan to allow him to appear for court proceedings virtually to reduce the risk of any threat to his life, he said in a video message Monday, as his Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party prepared for a rally in Lahore on Wednesday.
More from WPR: Pakistan’s Political Crisis May Be Reaching a Breaking Point
Amid Turmoil, Israel Shows Signs of Blinking on Judicial Overhaul
By Steve Hendrix | The Washington Post
Israel’s governing coalition, under withering pressure from mass street protests, international criticism and a direct appeal from President Biden, offered Monday to delay some parts of its controversial plan to overhaul the judicial system.
More from WPR: What’s Happening in Israel Is Unlikely to Stay in Israel
U.S. Leans on Honduras to Rethink China Switch, Hopes for Reprieve
By Sarah Kinosian & Ben Blanchard | Reuters
The United States is trying to discourage Honduras from following through on its plan to switch diplomatic allegiance from Taiwan to China, sources close to the matter say, hoping the lack of a formal agreement yet may leave the door open for a change of heart.
Colombian President Suspends Cease-Fire With Criminal Group
Colombian President Gustavo Petro on Sunday said he had suspended a cease-fire with the Clan del Golfo, the country’s largest criminal organization, because it had attacked police.
More from WPR: Petro’s Road to ‘Total Peace’ for Colombia Passes Through Venezuela
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