A successful parliamentary election opens a window of hope for an embattled country.
The West is terrified of foreign fighters returning from Iraq and Syria. But not all of them are trying to bring jihad with them.
Americans and the British lean toward moral weakness, but the rest of the world blames government policies.
Is the international community about to censure Hungary for giving up on its young democratic institutions?
France’s enfant terrible ex-president is back and basking in the limelight.
Foreign Policy sat down with the leaders of Ukraine's Naftogaz to talk Russia, Europe, energy, and the coming winter.
Finland's pristine environment has been ruined, activists say, by an out-of-control energy giant -- turning once pristine lakes into brown pools teeming with "monkey disease."
Francis may be a transformational leader, but so was Obama in 2009.
As Britain grapples with what to do about citizens returning from Syria, a prominent terrorism case raises more questions than answers.
Why Hilary Mantel's controversial short story about an imagined assassination of the former prime minister misunderstands the Iron Lady.
Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protest isn’t only about freedom. It’s also about identity.
Europe brings Russia and Ukraine closer to a natural gas deal that could avert a nasty winter -- if Russian energy brinkmanship is really over.
The referendum may have failed, but tens of thousands of people have signed up with pro-yes parties in the week since the vote.
Anti-Semitism is on the rise in Germany. But is Angela Merkel doing anything about it?
As Turkey's ruling party consolidates its power, the space for free expression narrows. The third in our series of Lab Reports on Turkey.
The fight for Scottish independence, coming to a living room table near you.
Everyone from Paul Krugman to Joseph Stiglitz is weighing in on Scotland’s risky bet. But they don’t get the feeling of yes.
Scottish independence won't just be bad for the Scots. It will be a disaster for U.S. foreign policy from Syria to the Arctic Circle.
Scottish independence promises greener pastures. But it could also drive up energy prices.
It's time for a dose of realism when we think about how to build new democracies.
In Scotland's far north, the Isle of Lewis -- closer to Reykjavik than to London -- ponders independence.
Self-determination doesn't necessarily mean freedom. Can an independent Scotland achieve both?
The injustice of watching from England as the Scots destroy the United Kingdom.
Why the public reaction to one man's brutal murder could push Britain to become a stronger ally in the fight against the Islamic State.
The U.K. government has made a good start on its war on slavery. But it needs to get serious.
FP talked energy with Jose Manuel Soria, Spain's point man on everything from green subsidies to offshore drilling.