Biden’s speech and the looming government shutdown serve to highlight the two forms of democratic erosion that can be seen in the U.S.
The terms being discussed as part of a three-way normalization deal make sense for Israel and Saudi Arabia, but not for the United States.
Acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez’s gamble in calling for snap elections earlier this year appears to have paid off.
The tentative cease-fire suggests that all sides are trying to avoid a bloody end game resulting in the ethnic cleansing of Armenians.
Canada has accused India of being behind the killing of a Sikh activist in Canada, and tensions between the two countries are bound to grow.
The purge of China’s defense minister raises the possibility that Xi’s grip on power is not as solid, nor as uncontested, as many believed.
Today at WPR, we’re covering Ukraine’s ongoing counteroffensive and Nigerian President Bola Tinubu’s first 100 days in office.
Today at WPR, we’re covering the links between climate change and health, as well as new accusations related to the April 2019 Easter Bombings in Sri Lanka.