France gets a new president, neo-Nazis make gains in Greece, and Putin hits the ice.
Why you shouldn't believe everything you read about China. Hint: not even the journalists really know what’s going on.
India and Pakistan are firing off missiles left and right. So why aren't the Chinese nervous?
Russia's outgoing president was never the liberal reformer he claimed to be. But don't just take our word for it -- he said so himself.
He's the president of Russia. He's a race-car driver. He's a blackbelt in judo. He's Vladimir Putin.
Steve Coll's global tour of how ExxonMobil, the international "supermajor" and world's most profitable company, still rules.
Chen Guangcheng became an icon, demonstrators rallied for May Day, and Newt Gingrich bowed out.
President Barack Obama's creation of an Atrocities Prevention Board is an important step, but America can't prevent genocide alone.
Turkey may just be able to fix this war-torn east African nation -- if it doesn't fall into the same traps of would-be saviors who came before it.
Barack Obama is much stronger on foreign policy than Karl Rove and Ed Gillespie suggest.
With a new partnership agreement, the United States has a chance to wind down its mission with its interests intact.
Since the end of the Cold War, America has been on a relentless search for enemies. But the real dangers are at home.
A year after Osama bin Laden's death, the obituaries for his terrorist group are still way too premature.
ABC News senior foreign affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz reveals what's inside her carry-on bag.
In the face-off between companies and countries, don't underestimate the growing power of the state.
The Georgian ambassador pushes back against Thomas de Waal's portrayal of his country.
David Rohde says the Pakistani military finds drone strikes effective. But research suggests they increase terrorist activity in the short run.
Norway's mass killer goes on trial, the space shuttle Discovery lands in Washington, and North Korea celebrates the 100th birthday of Kim Il Sung.
Exclusive photos from Foreign Policy's new eBook, Afghanistan by Donkey.
World leaders said they'd reform the world's financial institutions in the wake of the Great Recession, but they haven't met their commitments. We all may pay the price.
Religious and ethnic conflicts have left the Taliban's headquarters-in-exile battered and bleeding.
President Obama's Afghanistan strategy might be a political liability in November -- and he has no one to blame but himself for a war he never bothered to think through.