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Why Action Against Climate Change Is Unlikely to Improve U.S.-China Relations
Why Action Against Climate Change Is Unlikely to Improve U.S.-China Relations

For both China and the U.S., leading the charge against climate change is a geopolitical opportunity unlike any other. And that’s exactly the problem for those hoping the common threat of global warming will improve U.S.-China relations any time soon. For Washington, steering the worldwide fight against climate change is part of an effort to…

Indonesia Navy Says Missing Submarine With 53 People Aboard Sunk
Indonesia Navy Says Missing Submarine With 53 People Aboard Sunk

No bodies have been located thus far, authorities say

Biden’s Climate Summit Made Progress. But We Won’t Reach Net Zero by 2050 Without Those Who Weren’t Invited
Biden’s Climate Summit Made Progress. But We Won’t Reach Net Zero by 2050 Without Those Who Weren’t Invited

As leading nations pledge to reduce emissions to be carbon neutral by 2050, a new oil pipeline will increase Uganda's emissions sixfold

Leaving Afghanistan Isn’t Enough to End America’s Forever Wars
Leaving Afghanistan Isn’t Enough to End America’s Forever Wars

The Russian soldier, it was said, had suffered a concussion, then total memory loss. When he woke up in Kabul, in the waning days of the Soviet War in Afghanistan, he had trouble figuring out what was going on. As the journalist Artyom Borovik told the story, when his fellow soldiers tried to reorient him,…

‘This Is Hell.’ Prime Minister Modi’s Failure to Lead Is Deepening India’s COVID-19 Crisis
‘This Is Hell.’ Prime Minister Modi’s Failure to Lead Is Deepening India’s COVID-19 Crisis

As thousands are dying every day, Modi has looked the other way. But how much longer can the government ignore the crisis unfolding in India?

Russia Is Murdering the Kremlin’s Biggest Critic in Plain Sight. Who Will Save Alexei Navalny?
Russia Is Murdering the Kremlin’s Biggest Critic in Plain Sight. Who Will Save Alexei Navalny?

“If you saw me now—maybe you would have a good laugh,” Alexei Navalny wrote on Facebook April 20. “Look at him! A skeleton walking, wobbling around his prison cell. In his hands he is holding his court ruling, rolled up in a tube. With that tube he fervently swings away at mosquitoes covering the walls…

India Reports a Global Record of 314,000 New Coronavirus Cases in a Day
India Reports a Global Record of 314,000 New Coronavirus Cases in a Day

The 314,000 infections added in the past 24 hours raise India's total past 15.9 million cases since the pandemic began

The Quetta Bombing Shows That China’s Growing Global Presence Comes With Risk
The Quetta Bombing Shows That China’s Growing Global Presence Comes With Risk

A presumed attack on the Chinese ambassador to Pakistan highlights the animosity Beijing's Belt and Road Initiative is generating.

Environmental Crises Are Forcing Millions Into Cities. Can Countries Turn Climate Migrants Into an Asset?
Environmental Crises Are Forcing Millions Into Cities. Can Countries Turn Climate Migrants Into an Asset?

When he was a child, James Owuor loved hearing the elders talk about the way life used to be. So it comes as something of a surprise that at 38, he is now the one tasked with the job of describing the Before Times in Kenya’s Rift Valley. Before Lake Baringo started to rise, before…

Israel Says It Struck Targets in Syria in Retaliation for a Missile Attack
Israel Says It Struck Targets in Syria in Retaliation for a Missile Attack

The exchange marks the most serious violence between Israel and Syria in years and points to likely Iranian involvement

Indonesia Is Searching for a Missing Submarine With 53 People Aboard
Indonesia Is Searching for a Missing Submarine With 53 People Aboard

Indonesia’s military said five navy ships and a helicopter were taking part in the search

What Will Office Life Be Like After the Pandemic? This Australian Fintech Company May Have the Answer
What Will Office Life Be Like After the Pandemic? This Australian Fintech Company May Have the Answer

As companies in the U.S. and elsewhere look to reopen their offices, Australia's Brighte may offer a template for success

Biden Wants a Deal with Brazil’s Far-Right President to Protect the Amazon. But Can Bolsonaro Be Trusted?
Biden Wants a Deal with Brazil’s Far-Right President to Protect the Amazon. But Can Bolsonaro Be Trusted?

“The U.S. should not strike an agreement with the federal government because it won’t be fulfilled”

The Death Penalty Declines As Global Recorded Executions Reach Lowest Level in a Decade
The Death Penalty Declines As Global Recorded Executions Reach Lowest Level in a Decade

Globally, at least 483 people are known to have been executed in 2020. Shocking as this figure is, it’s the lowest number of executions recorded by Amnesty International in at least a decade, marking a decrease of 26% compared to 2019, and 70% from the peak of 1,634 executions in 2015. It’s clear to see…

Will Japan’s Low Immunization Rate Pose a Problem for the Olympics?
Will Japan’s Low Immunization Rate Pose a Problem for the Olympics?

With less than 100 days to go before the Tokyo Games, anxiety is mounting

Global Carbon Emissions Set for Second-Largest Annual Increase in History in 2021 Despite COVID-19 Restrictions
Global Carbon Emissions Set for Second-Largest Annual Increase in History in 2021 Despite COVID-19 Restrictions

Global carbon dioxide emissions from energy use are set to rise by 5% in 2021 compared to 2020, the second highest year-on-year increase in history, according to a report published April 20 by the International Energy Agency (IEA). In 2020 carbon emissions fell by a record 5.8% as restrictions placed on daily life to slow…

After a Terrible Year for Women in the Economy, These Places Are Working Toward a Feminist Recovery From COVID-19
After a Terrible Year for Women in the Economy, These Places Are Working Toward a Feminist Recovery From COVID-19

“Without all the work that women did this year, there’d be no economy to rebuild.”

‘The Putin Regime Is Trying to Kill Him.’ Alexei Navalny’s Ailing Health Is Worrying the World
‘The Putin Regime Is Trying to Kill Him.’ Alexei Navalny’s Ailing Health Is Worrying the World

The Russian opposition figure was moved into a prison hospital on Monday after doctors warned he was in extremely poor health