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April 28, 2017

Photo Gallery: Trump and the Times

Donald Trump bashes no other newspaper to the degree he does the New York Times. But it hasn't damaged the paper, on the contrary. The newsroom may be exhausted, but it is more motivated than ever. more...

April 26, 2017

Photo Gallery: Two Men and the Bomb

With prospects growing that North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un could soon have long-range atomic missiles at his disposal, Donald Trump is threatening a military response. Suddenly nuclear war seems possible, but how great is the threat of escalation? more...


April 24, 2017

Photo Gallery: France Heads into Runoff Election

Never before in the six-decade history of the Fifth Republic have French voters so thoroughly rejected establishment parties. In this new political reality, only one thing is certain: There are no certainties. more...

April 21, 2017

Photo Gallery: Turkey Referendum Triggers Opposition

Recep Tayyip Erdogan emerged victorious from last Sunday's referendum, but his slim margin of victory may actually have weakened his rule. Opposition to the Turkish president's power grab is forming and the EU can do little other than stand aside and watch. more...


Photo Gallery: Russian's Leading -- And Only Opposition Figure

Alexei Navalny, Russia's most prominent opposition figure, was just released from jail after widespread protests against government corruption. In an interview, he speaks about Putin's future plans for the country, the new generation of activists and why previous protests failed. more...

April 20, 2017

Photo Gallery: Germany and China Explore Closer Ties

With U.S. President Donald Trump threatening Germany and China with a trade war, Beijing and Berlin have begun searching for ways to tighten economic relations. But there is more dividing the two nations than uniting them. more...


Photo Gallery: Breathless in France

With only a few days to go before the first round of voting, a systemic crisis is dominating the campaign in France. It is no longer inconceivable that a Euroskeptic radical leftist or a far-right populist could become the country's next president. This bodes poorly for the French, but also their neighbors in Europe. more...

April 14, 2017

Photo Gallery: Mosul's Children Return to School

For over two years, Islamic State controlled the Iraqi city of Mosul, including its schools. Now that the U.S.-led coalition has pushed the Islamists out, the city's teachers face a dilemma: How do you reshape the minds of children who were taught to fight and kill? more...


April 13, 2017

Photo Gallery: Frauke Petry's Rise to Notoriety

As the head of the Alternative for Germany, Frauke Petry hopes to bring the right-wing populist party into the German parliament for the first time. How did an East German chemist and entrepreneur with a pastor for a husband turn into one of the country's most-hated people? more...

April 10, 2017

Photo Gallery: Erdogan's Risky Referendum

As the date of Turkey's referendum on whether to grant President Recep Erdogan sweeping presidential powers approaches, even long-time supporters are wavering. The country's leader may have overplayed his hand -- and a defeat could spell trouble for him. more...

Photo Gallery: EU Issues Dominate German Election

In six months, Germany will go to the polls in what will likely be a showdown between Chancellor Angela Merkel and her Social Democratic opponent Martin Schulz. One issue is set to dominate the campaign: What to do about the European Union. more...