It’s been three years since the fateful downing of MH17, but politics continues to stand in the way of justice, writes Alexandra Vlada. … More MH17, Three Years On: Where Are We Now?
We cannot trust what Trump says, but the president’s handshakes and arm yanks tell no lies, writes Madeline McSherry. … More World Leaders May Lie, but Their Body Language Tells All
Negotiators at the U.N. are currently debating the draft Convention on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. Alexandra Vlada asks, will the proposed ban treaty finally make us give up the bomb? … More Is a World Without Nuclear Weapons Possible?
Despite warnings about the E.U.’s impending demise, things on the continent are looking up. Madeline McSherry explains why Europeans should celebrate without getting complacent. … More Why Europe Should Enjoy the Honeymoon But Keep it Short
What can we learn from America’s simplistic media coverage of Russia? That Americans know little about their so-called enemy, writes Alexandra Vlada. … More What Putin Memes Say About Americans
In the U.K. general election, the Tories won the most seats, and Labour rejoiced in a Corbyn victory. But is there really much to celebrate? Marija Antanaviciute explains why the election result is bad news for Britain. … More U.K. General Election: The Winner Takes… Nothing?
The president may be pulling out of the Paris Agreement, but mayors, governors and businesses across the country have pledged to stay in it. Madeline McSherry asks, who’s really in charge of U.S. foreign policy? … More Defending Paris Accord, American Cities and States Conduct their own Foreign Policy