Foreign Policy’s most popular photo essays of 2011.
Man-made killer bird flu is here. Can -- should -- governments try to stop it?
From Tahrir Square to Wall Street to the Kremlin, 2011 was a year when politics was conducted in the street.
From the fall of Ahmadinejad, Assad, Castro, and Chavez to the rise of cyberattacks -- the top 13 stories that could dominate the headlines in 2012.
Forget the BRICs. The real economies that will shake up the world over the next few decades need a new acronym.
The U.N.-sponsored tribunal established to prosecute those responsible for the Khmer Rouge’s crimes is in shambles, and the United Nations doesn’t have a clue how to fix it.
Myanmar's new rulers seem to be serious about change we can all believe in. So what can the West do now to end decades of isolation?
The future of politics will be decided in Asia, not Afghanistan or Iraq, and the United States will be right at the center of the action.
The Cato Institute's Ted Galen Carpenter asks whether the United States can afford the naval confrontation with China envisioned by Robert Kaplan.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has a long history with Asia and, like the country she represents, a long future.
Why can't the world's nuclear energy watchdog do anything about Fukushima or Iran's weapons program? I went to find out.
China and India are both hungry for Burma's vast natural riches. But will Burma's people pay the price or can this Southeast Asian backwater finally enter the 21st century?
What numbers can we trust? A second look at the death toll from some of the world's worst disasters.
The 21st century's defining battleground is going to be on water.
Why isn't the U.N. tribunal to prosecute genocidal Khmer Rouge war criminals going after more bad guys?
Thirty-two years after the fall of the brutal Khmer Rouge regime, Cambodia finally confronts its horrific past.
The U.S. can't risk overplaying its hand in China's disputes with its neighbors.
When it comes to bringing electricity to the developing world, small is beautiful.
The secret WikiLeaks cables that explain how Thailand went from paradise to political mayhem.
Pakistan's former head of Inter-Services Intelligence discusses 9/11, bin Laden and Pakistani security.
The superpower battle for regional supremacy in the South China Sea is heating up once again.