VoicesThe U.S. Could Have Left Afghanistan Years Ago, Sparing Many Lives
America will depart without having accomplished its goals and with more Afghan suffering ahead.
The Coronavirus CrisisBrazilian Congress Setting Up Corporations to Cut Covid-19 Vaccine Line
After Jair Bolsonaro undermined Brazil’s public vaccination system, powerful companies erode requirements for private inoculation drives.
VoicesOscars Face Stark Choice Over War Movie “Quo Vadis, Aida?”
Can a saga of genocide in Bosnia, directed by a woman and focusing on civilians, win an Academy Award for best international film?
The War on ImmigrantsAsylum-Seekers Expelled by Biden Administration Say They Feel Deceived
Central American families arrived in Mexico’s Ciudad Juárez disoriented and disconsolate; many didn’t realize they were being expelled from the U.S.
Will the Biden Administration Shine Light on Shadowy Special Ops Programs?
Amid a broad review of American war-making policy, how and where commandos will be used in the coming years hangs in the balance.