The U.S. and NATO promised to protect Ukraine. If Ukraine is the aggressor, all bets are off.
Here’s what we learned from extensive wargaming on the Ukraine-Russia conflictwashingtonpost.com
Colombia’s police are cracking down on protests. That may be backfiring.
The country’s leadership may not be able to keep the political crisis from deepening.washingtonpost.com
The Colonial Pipeline shutdown says we’re in a scary new world
Here’s what we know — and don’t — about ransomware attacks.washingtonpost.com
Peru’s upcoming presidential election is really a referendum on its troubled constitution.
What's at stake in the runoff between leftist frontrunner Pedro Castillo and right-wing, dynastic candidate Keiko Fujimori?washingtonpost.com
Why Liz Cheney didn’t survive the second effort to oust her from leadership
As Cheney grows more defiant, the GOP House caucus moves closer to Trump.washingtonpost.com