Members of an Iraqi Shiite militant group.

The Iran-linked militia that U.S. officials said was likely responsible for the lethal drone attack against U.S. forces in Jordan over the weekend said yesterday it would suspend military operations, the clearest sign yet that Iran does not want to escalate conflict in the region.

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.

The U.S. government yesterday pulled back on some of the sanctions relief it offered Venezuela last year after a court upheld a ban on the candidacy of a Venezuelan opposition leader. The question now is how the regime of President Nicolas Maduro will respond.

U.S. Army soldiers in Iraq.

Three U.S. soldiers were killed by a drone strike in northeast Jordan that the Biden administration blamed on an Iran-backed militia, raising fears that what have been low-level hostilities in the region will escalate into a direct confrontation with Iran.

President Biden has made resetting US policy toward Africa a priority, but good governance needs to be made a priority in order for that to be effective

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken wrapped up another visit to Africa yesterday, as the Biden administration continues to seek better relations on the continent, albeit with an outdated playbook.

A giant billboard of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was in Ayodhya on Monday to ceremonially open a controversial Hindu temple, the latest illustration of the ties between Modi and India’s Hindu nationalist movement.

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