A struggling writer gets more than he bargained for when he writes a beautiful girl into existence.
In his desire for good relations with Kim Jong-un, South Korean President Moon Jae-in has repeatedly sacrificed human rights – and gotten nothing tangible in return.
The Antiwork online forum is exploding in popularity in the US, encouraging workers to reject tyrannical bosses, low wages, and even modern capitalism itself. Should employers be worried?
Despite their many similarities, Australia and New Zealand differ wildly in their approaches towards China. But that will change as Wellington finds it increasingly hard to reconcile its differences with Beijing.
Military expert Azar Gat discusses the nature of war, its relationship to economics, and the risks of war in Europe and the Asia-Pacific.
For decades, X-Men comics have been read and written as coded queer narratives. Since the franchise’s soft reboot in 2019, this narrative has taken a fascinating and disturbing turn.
Why winter, snow, and rain are better than summer and sun.
Being an “ally” to a historically-disadvantaged group is a terrible deal. Don’t get suckered into it.
AUKUS largely helps Australia achieve its strategic goals and is a sign that the young Western nation is maturing.
Navy SEALs are often romanticized as American heroes. In reality, though, they are unaccountable, barbaric, and often homicidal.