FP Editor’s Pick – FP Newsletter


1

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.

2

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

3

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.

4

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.

5

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.