In Spain, politics between the vox and Podemos parties will likely affect the country's foreign policy, especially related to the Ukraine war.

Today at WPR, we’ve got stories on how Spain’s upcoming elections could affect its stance on the war in Ukraine, and why it won’t be easy to hold Russia accountable for the recent destruction of the Kakhovka dam in Ukraine.

Vietnam's military and foreign policy strategy involves relations with the US, China, and other powers.

Today at WPR, we’re covering Vietnam’s foreign policy strategy of ‘multi-alignment’ and why Europe can’t afford to be complacent when it comes to Berlusconi’s populist heirs.


Today at WPR, we’ve got stories on why U.N. reform proposals might be distracting from more urgent challenges and the appeal—and risks—of geoengineering as a possible solution to climate change.

Colombia's politics have been rocked by a corruption scandal involving allies of President Gustavo Petro

Today at WPR, we’re covering a series of wild new scandals rocking Colombia’s president and China’s charm offensive in Central Asia. In addition, we take a look at U.K. PM Rishi Sunak’s visit to Washington and the impact of Canada’s wildfires.

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