FP Newsletter: Editor’s Pick


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1

Return to the past. Since taking power in Afghanistan, the Taliban have imposed law-and-order policies derived from the 7th century. The brutality of their punishments is incomparable, FP’s Anchal Vohra writes.

2

Shifting into space. India is opening its space sector to private companies and new allies—a move that signifies a profound shift in the country’s geostrategic orientation, C. Raja Mohan writes.

3

Biggest loser. The final results of Iraq’s national elections have yet to be announced, but the biggest losers appear to be pro-Iranian militant groups and the country’s democracy, FP’s Mina Al-Oraibi writes.

4

Combating cyberthreats. After a recent spike in high-profile cyberattacks, the Biden administration organized an international summit to confront the threat. Russia and China weren’t invited, FP’s Robbie Gramer reports.

5

Looming authoritarianism. Even before COVID-19, Indonesia’s democracy appeared fragile. With the government’s pandemic crackdowns, the country is now creeping further toward authoritarianism, Kate Walton writes.

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