U.S. Backs Vaccine Waiver

Foreign Policy’s flagship daily newsletter with what’s coming up around the world today. Delivered weekdays. U.S. Backs Vaccine Waiver Here is today’s Foreign Policy brief: The United States backs a COVID-19 vaccine patent waiver, the United Kingdom holds regional elections, and China ends its economic dialogue with Australia. If you […]

What in the World?

What in the World? Think you’ve got your finger on the pulse of global events? Take our quiz to test your knowledge of the latest world news. 1. Facing international pressure to share its vaccine stockpile amid a massive COVID-19 spike in India, the United States agreed to export 60 […]

School Death Stirs Rare Scandal in China

A weekly digest of the stories you should be following in China this week, plus exclusive analysis. Delivered Wednesday. School Death Stirs Rare Scandal in China Welcome to Foreign Policy’s China Brief. The highlights this week: Protesters call for missing surveillance footage after a schoolboy’s death in Chengdu, U.S. filings […]

Australia Draws a Line on China

Australia Draws a Line on China Australian defense officials and politicians alike are striking an increasingly hawkish tone on China. This week, it was revealed that a former top general warned his troops last year of the “high likelihood” of war with China. This comes just days after Australian Defense […]