FP Editor’s Pick – FP Newsletter


Rare snapshot. A new trove of internal U.N. documents sheds light on the burdens of diplomatic life in North Korea—and Pyongyang’s stifling control, FP’s Colum Lynch reports.


New target. Terrorist organizations have long considered China a peripheral target. But they are now turning their sights to Beijing, Raffaello Pantucci writes.


Migration emergency. A dystopian nightmare is unfolding on the Poland-Belarus border. The crisis offers a window into the future dangers of migration politics, Humza Jilani reports.


Propaganda site? The City of David National Park is one of Israel’s most popular—and controversial—tourist attractions. Now, it’s also a key part of Israel’s push to cement the Abraham Accords, Ben Lynfield reports.


Pivotal moment. The Summit for Democracy presents a critical opportunity for the world to unite against authoritarianism—as long as activists have a seat at the table, Jeffrey Smith writes.