Is it possible we were wrong about Trump’s governing prospects?
He will be first president without any political or military experience
As hundreds of refugees continue to risk their lives to reach Europe
Iraqi troops and security forces advanced towards Mosul from the south and southeast of the city on Sunday
As Iraqi forces bear down on Mosul, the jihadi group is setting oil wells ablaze, using civilians as human shields, and executing those who try to flee
They’re taking their homes and churches back from the Islamic State. But it may be too late to start over
When the bloody conflict finally ends in Syria, there will be no victory parades, no moment of national catharsis
Political leaders often speak of growth patterns that unfairly distribute the benefits of growth; but then they do relatively little about it when they are in power
The rise of protectionism and anti-immigrant sentiment in Britain, America, and Europe is widely believed to reflect stagnant incomes, widening inequality, structural unemployment, and even excessive monetary easing
One Christian woman fled Mosul after ISIS gave her a choice: convert or die
But the defeat of the jihadist group in the real world might revive realism among Sunnis
We now confront an education crisis that threatens to leave a lost generation of young people without any hope for a better future
what is Ashura if not a universal call for Liberation from the shackles of Falsehood?
Even with backing from Kurds, Shia militias and an American-led international coalition, the campaign will be hard