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Past articles by Audrey:

2022: Five Words That Explain Global Politics

From France to Thailand, writers decipher how language uniquely reflects politics. → Read More

Top 2022 Reads on China, Putin, and Ukraine

Russia’s war in Ukraine dominated readers’ attention, along with stories on the global economy and China’s political leadership. → Read More

For Pakistan, 2022 Was a Year of Turmoil

In 2022, the country has seen a dramatic change in power, record-high inflation, and catastrophic floods. What could happen in 2023? → Read More

Is Moscow Being Tested in Nagorno-Karabakh?

As violence flares again between Armenia and Azerbaijan, Russia’s faltering status in the region shows. → Read More

Violence Flares in Nagorno-Karabakh

The cease-fire between Armenia and Azerbaijan looks shaky, despite the presence of Russian peacekeepers. → Read More

U.S.-Russia Prisoner Swap Looks Uncertain

As Brittney Griner returns to court, is Washington any closer to securing her release? → Read More

Russian Air Strike Sends Message to NATO

Moscow targeted a Ukrainian military facility around 15 miles from the border with Poland, a member of the alliance. → Read More

Myanmar’s Tumultuous Year

A stunning military coup in early 2021 kicked off a year of unprecedented change. → Read More

Desperation Grows at Kabul Airport

Panicked crowds rushed the gates over the weekend, as the pace of U.S.-led evacuations sped up. → Read More

Russia Begins Voting in Constitutional Referendum to Extend Putin’s Presidency

The one-week referendum has citizens vote yes or no on a whole set of amendments, including one to restart the president’s term limit clock. → Read More

How a Journalist Came to Cover the Brutal Murder of Honduran Activist Berta Cáceres

A conversation with Nina Lakhani, author of “Who Killed Berta Cáceres? Dams, Death Squads, and an Indigenous Defender’s Battle for the Planet” → Read More

Morning Brief: If There Is a Coronavirus Vaccine, Who Gets It First?

As researchers around the world race to develop a coronavirus vaccine, questions remain over equitable distribution. → Read More

The Coronavirus Pandemic Is a Humanitarian Crisis in the Making for the World’s Most Vulnerable

Refugees, migrant laborers, and the global poor are especially susceptible to the pandemic. There’s little time to bridge the gap between haves and have-nots. → Read More

Success Stories: The Countries That Are Flattening the Coronavirus Curve

Lessons from Taiwan, Canada, South Korea, Georgia, and Iceland show that the coronavirus can be stopped. → Read More

ICC Authorizes Afghanistan War Crimes Inquiry As Taliban Peace Deal Looks Shaky

The court ruling paves the way for prosecutors to investigate the Taliban, Afghan military, and U.S. forces. → Read More

Erdogan and Putin Meet Over Syria Conflict As Refugees Gather on Greece-Turkey Border

The Syrian government offensive in Idlib has raised the stakes for Turkey and Russia. → Read More

Economic Policymakers Seek to Limit Coronavirus Damage

Investors fear a global recession, but economists have few options to stop the virus from wreaking havoc. → Read More

Crisis Escalates as Refugees Try to Cross Turkey-Greece Border

Thousands of refugees are trying to enter the European Union after Turkey declared it would no longer stop them. → Read More

Seeking an End to Deadlock, Israel Holds Third Election in a Year

Israeli voters are headed to the polls yet again, but it’s not likely to break months of political deadlock. → Read More

Uneasy Calm in Delhi After Days of Religious Clashes Over Citizenship Law

More than 20 people have died in violence that began with protests over India’s controversial citizenship law. → Read More