India Is Passing China in Population. Can Its Economy Ever Do the Same?
India has a young, vast work force that is expanding as China’s ages and shrinks. But the country’s immense size also lays bare its enormous challenges.
Supreme Court Delays Decision on Abortion Pill, Preserving Access for Now
The drug will remain widely available as the justices extended their deadline to Friday on whether to uphold the F.D.A.’s approval of the pill.
3 Nuclear Superpowers, Rather Than 2, Usher In a New Strategic Era
China is on track to massively expand its nuclear arsenal, just as Russia suspends the last major arms control treaty. It augurs a new world in which Beijing, Moscow and Washington will likely be atomic peers.
Sudan’s Generals Dined With Peace Negotiators, Then Started a War
What led the two generals, recently allies, to turn their forces on each other — devastating a country of 45 million people?