David A. Andelman is a foreign correspondent, writer and columnist. His SubStack page is Andelman Unleashed, and he is a columnist for CNN. A former correspondent in Europe and Asia for The New York Times, he was Paris correspondent for CBS News and is a chevalier of France’s Legion d’Honneur. His latest book is A Red Line in the Sand: Diplomacy, Strategy, and the History of Wars That Might Still Happen, plus its podcast.
Articles and Events
The world's most populous Islamic countries had major elections with major consequences for democracy.
Taiwanese voters resisted Beijing's pressure campaign when they voted Tsai Ing-Wen's successor into office. Yet the threat to Taiwan remains.
Africa’s latest coups could become templates for other disaffected military leaders–and Wagner is slavering at the prospect.
France’s greatest danger may be its immigrant nation-within-a-nation–and a government out of touch with its population.