Putin and Biden Shore Up Alliances in Dueling Appearances
On the surface, it looked like a reversion to the Cold War era. The reality was even more complicated.
How Poland, Long Leery of Foreigners, Opened Up to Ukrainians
The country, once one of the world’s most ethnically and culturally homogeneous, has accommodated far more refugees from neighboring Ukraine than any other nation.
Mexico Hobbles Election Agency That Helped End One-Party Rule
The changes come ahead of a presidential election next year and are part of a pattern of challenges to democratic institutions across the Western Hemisphere.
When the Movies Pictured A.I., They Imagined the Wrong Disaster
Instead of the chilling rationality of HAL in “2001: A Space Odyssey,” we get the messy awfulness of Microsoft’s Sydney. Call it the banality of sentience.