Reading Time: 5 minutes Fear is growing among Hong Kong’s protesters that China’s totalitarian crackdown in the western province of Xinjiang is a dark warning of things to come.
Reading Time: 3 minutes As the process to impeach President Donald Trump accelerated, WhoWhatWhy surveys global opinion.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Saudi Arabia and its links to terrorism are worth keeping an eye on… but hardly anybody is doing that. After the latest terrorist attack involving a Saudi citizen, it should be clear to everyone that the country’s leadership deserves a much closer look. WhoWhatWhy is way ahead of the curve.
Reading Time: 22 minutes Why are the authorities not looking into ties between violence committed by Saudis on US soil and the Saudi royal family?
Reading Time: 4 minutes WhoWhatWhy assesses the global opinion of the president. Is Donald Trump loved or loathed? Is he a laughingstock or respected as a strong leader?
Reading Time: 4 minutes Democracy is a dangerous pursuit these days in Hong Kong — candidates and activists in crucial elections have been violently attacked.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Suspicions of Turkish help for ISIS deepen after US raid targets leader in part of Syria held by Turkish-backed rebels.
Reading Time: 4 minutes While the Syrian regime, Russia and Turkey have emerged as the biggest winners of the US exit from Syria, hidden understandings and ambiguities of the ceasefire deal bode more bloodshed.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Getting into northeastern Syria is easier than staying there. Turkey is about to find out — and the ultimate winners are likely to be ISIS and the Assad regime
Reading Time: 3 minutes A deadly explosion in Russia provided a glimpse of a future in which tiny plutonium reactors could propel unstoppable nuclear bombs.