Charlotte Lawson is a reporter covering foreign policy and world affairs. She joined The Dispatch in June 2020, after graduating from the University of Virginia. You can follow her at @lawsonreports
The GOP will have a record number of female members in the new Congress.
A breakthrough between the Taliban and the government seems unlikely.
From mail-in voting to the pandemic to disinformation campaigns, elections look very different this year. The people running them in dozens of states are confident they've pulled it off.
Can they effect sweeping change?
The Chinese billionaire and Bannon associate behind the latest Hunter Biden leaks has been alternately praised as a CCP dissident and accused of being their agent.
The Chinese government is using forced labor and large-scale ’re-education’ against another ethnic minority.
What happens if a candidate is incapacitated during after Election Day but before inauguration?
In Hog Hammock, a community on Sapelo Island, residents have faced property tax increases of 1,000 percent in one year while seeing no increase in services.
The French president's humanitarian offerings come with strings attached, and his meeting with Hezbollah risks alienating the Lebanese people.
How the law came to be, and why it's so difficult to enforce.