Images from Larry’s term as Chief Mouser to the Cabinet Office in London
The nation’s vehement rejection of identity politics made me recalibrate my own views about woke ideology.
Belarus opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya discusses how the war in neighboring Ukraine is affecting her own people’s bid for freedom.
Why can’t America be as great as the Faroe Islands?
Clint Smith discusses how Germany remembers the Holocaust—and why the process of atonement in America must look different.
Reconstructing the life of the teenager whose name appears on our December cover
American democracy and its support for historical alliances remain under threat from within.
The way the Nazis used “the politics of legality” to gain absolute power after a failed coup is an ominous lesson about the fragility of a republic.
Images of large teams working together to form human towers up to 10 tiers high
A photographer spent time with two young shepherds tending to their flocks in the solitude of mountain valleys.
With Giorgia Meloni’s party leading in polls ahead of Sunday’s election, the Italian far right is edging closer to power.
A collection of images of Elizabeth’s life and travels, from age 5 to 96
Plus: What the U.S. has at stake in the war in Ukraine
Images of “the world's biggest tomato fight” in Buñol, Spain
The former president and his allies have explained their plans quite clearly.
An admiration for autocrats was once seen as a disorder of the left, but American conservativism has its own discreditable history of this.
Recent images from England, France, Spain, Germany, and other European countries hit by a series of heat waves this summer
A fissure opened on August 3, and thousands have since made the long trek to the site to witness the new eruption.
The conundrum facing America’s allies is how to cope with a great imperial power in decline that is still a great imperial power.
In Dallas, Viktor Orbán endorses “the culture war.”