As technology advances and tracing artifacts to their home countries becomes easier, curators and governments alike are forced to determine who really owns the past.
Foreign Affairs writer Nick Romanow reflects on his summer travels throughout East Asia through an extended travelogue essay.
As negotiations continue to be frustratingly unsuccessful, the possibility of a no-deal Brexit threatens to revert Northern Ireland to its violent past.
In response to a rapidly-changing world, populists offer an old-fashioned, powerful, and impossible solution: sovereignty.
This piece is a second look of a four part series exploring the rise of Russian disinformation and how Russian President Vladimir Putin has overseen a continuation of Soviet-era tactics.