All three “great” powers have misconstrued the correlation of forces they’re up against.
Images of what appear to be dead civilians lying in the streets of Bucha, Ukraine, have sparked global outrage.
The U.S. wealth defense industry hasn’t just been helping Russian oligarchs hide their fortunes.
The lawmakers argued that “a no-first-use policy would increase protection against a nuclear attack.”
Increased global reliance on natural gas is upending energy geopolitics and enabling new actors to take leading roles.
The processing of refugees continues to be bogged down by staffing shortages and a denuded infrastructure.
Fear of backlash has even prompted some restaurants to remove references to Russian foods on their menus.
Haitian immigrants and other people of color seeking relief in the United States face a glaring double standard.
If the world’s most powerful countries don’t pull together soon on climate action, we’re all in the deepest of trouble.
The Doomsday Clock — an assessment of our vulnerability to nuclear catastrophe — is now set at 100 seconds to midnight.