Taking Stock
The Eight Great Powers of 2016: Iran Joins the Club

In 2015, movements up and down the rankings had more to do with foreign policy missteps than with any actual achievements.

Tango Nuevo
Macri Goes to Davos

Will Argentina’s new president be able to persuade investors and government officials that his country is poised for economic renewal?

A Nakht in Di Opera
Hollywood’s Yiddishe Grandma

A 1923 Yiddish operetta returns to the New York stage. It still has a lot to say about Jews and America.

The Great Blue Migration
Why Are So Many People Leaving New York?

We can think of several reasons people might move out of New York—and Illinois, California, and Massachusetts.

Asia's Game of Thrones
Shinzo Abe Goes to India

The United States is very happy to see India and Japan deepen their ties.

China's Soft Power
China Is Secretly Buying American Radio Stations

The West’s enemies are much better at propaganda than officials in Brussels and Washington often realize.

Latin Lefty Meltdown
Tango Nuevo: Will Argentina’s Leftist Establishment Lose the Presidency?

Argentina gets buffeted by the anti-Leftist winds blowing across Latin America.

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