Gaza war is widening rifts even in Latin America

It seems no leader is shy about expressing an opinion on the conflict — except the ones of Jewish or Palestinian heritage.

El Salvador’s risky tradeoff: Exchanging democracy for security

Nayib Bukele turned his country into a dictatorship, and most Salvadorans seem to approve because he freed them from living in terror.

The time Ronald Reagan kept the US out of war in the Middle East

Not all provocations have to be met with violent retribution.

America’s gerontocracy is a contrast with the rest of the world

Young leaders are becoming the norm in many countries. Maybe the US will catch up in 2028.

Germany and Japan are beefing up their militaries. No cause for concern — right?

Neither country is anywhere close to being the aggressor it once was. Nonetheless, their rearming puts their neighbors on notice.