Yulia Tymoshenko is out of prison, but the heroine of the Orange Revolution may not be the leader Ukraine wants.
The Pentagon's budget imagines spending levels that are not based on reality. This isn't just a problem for now, but a problem for the next five years.
Mexico’s president promised a new approach to the drug wars. So why is he still going after big fish?
Georgian opposition leader: The new government in Tbilisi is following in Viktor Yanukovych's footsteps.
Why a Russian intervention in southern Ukraine could rebound against Moscow.
Does the concept of "human rights" still have meaning in a world where everything qualifies?
Chinese are whispering about the possible downfall of Beijing's J. Edgar Hoover. Why won't they talk about it out loud?
If attacks were unlikely at the Olympic Games, why was it spun as inevitable?
Why does the Egyptian government insist on blaming the Muslim Brotherhood for every act of terrorism, even as a dangerous jihadist group claims the attacks as their own?
The good news is that Mexico's biggest drug kingpin has been arrested. The bad news is that it will trigger new violence on both sides of the border and do little to stem the flow of cocaine.
Congress and the administration missed an opportunity by not adjusting veterans' benefits.
A new report details the awful civilian casualties inflicted by American drones, but the arguments over the weapons' use have begun to feel grimly familiar.
Pakistan's efforts to talk with the Taliban are threatening to undermine the country's recent democratic gains.
Mexican society is reeling from an epidemic of organized crime. But now it faces another challenge: taking its economy to the next level.
The U.S. won't scuttle Pakistan's peace talks with the Taliban -- so long as no one tries to make peace.
The current political standoff in Thailand is a symptom of deeper problems that can't be solved by watering down democratic process.
The interim nuclear deal with Iran was huge -- but a permanent solution is going to be much, much harder to reach.
Why the United States needs strong ties with Canada and Mexico -- now more than ever.
Could these creepy chest packs be North Korea's way of threatening radiological war?
The United States is finally cracking open the door to India's probable next leader. But it’s now on his terms.
A nearly eradicated disease has cropped up everywhere from Jerusalem to Kabul. You can thank Pakistani terrorists for that.
While Putin basks in the Olympic glow, Russia obstinately blocks aid to Syrian civilians in desperate need.