From spies in the defense team to secret kill switches in the courtroom, the list of government perversions of an already-broken trial system is making the quest for justice endless.
It looks like the Obama administration has found its grand strategy after all.
The psychology behind Israel's Gaza war and the truce that followed.
We know Vladimir Putin's playbook for destabilizing Ukraine. Which is why only a decisive military victory against Moscow's forces will work.
From Birmingham to Ferguson, a brief history of how racial tensions at home have undermined America abroad.
Israel doesn't want to wipe out Hamas, and putting it in a corner will only backfire.
Why can't British intelligence prevent men like James Foley's killer from fighting in Iraq -- or coming home?
A year ago, a chemical weapons attack killed hundreds of my neighbors and friends. But the greatest tragedy is Obama's refusal to punish the murderer in Damascus.
After half a year of fighting, the world's newest country is barreling toward calamity. But its leaders can pull it back from the brink -- if they choose to do so.
Turkey's support for Hamas agents who tried to topple Mahmoud Abbas's Palestinian Authority is putting Erdogan in a pickle.
A single family has dominated Indian politics since independence. One man’s incompetence is about to bring it all to an end.
One of China's best-known dissidents writes about life as a prisoner of conscience in Beijing.
As Israel and the Palestinians struggle to reach yet another cease-fire, the mediators in Cairo are making the conflict worse -- and empowering radicals in the process.
It’s time for the Czech Republic and European allies to stand up.
Eduardo Campos's death has left Brazil's presidential election up for grabs and the country's poorest region without a clear champion.
Why is President Obama still allowing covert operations in Cuba? It's just one failed disaster after another.
There's only one way to stop Putin's ugly new doctrine of irregular intervention -- hit back even harder.
Barack Obama needs to go to war with the Islamic State, or it will go to war with America.
I spent a year in Iraq fighting Islamic militants. Then one of them contacted me on Twitter to talk about how much he loved Mrs. Doubtfire and Jumanji.
Security teams for two African leaders cracked skulls -- literally -- at the White House's big leadership summit. That should never be allowed to happen again.
The revolutionaries of the Maidan wanted to end crony capitalism. But it's back with a vengeance.
Africa's Ebola outbreak isn't just a health care problem. It's also about a crisis of governance.
The world came to the rescue of the refugees on Mount Sinjar -- so why does it continue to ignore thousands more Iraqi minorities who face imminent threat of extermination by jihadists?
From Gaza to Libya to Iraq, Egypt's new strongman is developing a foreign policy based on repression and stability.
While the Islamic State pillages Iraq, the more moderate opposition in Syria is making headway against Assad's forces back home.
In order to get Iraq right in 2014, politicians have to admit that they got Iraq wrong in 2003.
I went to Cairo to present Egypt's leaders with evidence that police slaughtered 1,000 people at Rabaa Square. They wouldn't even let me out of the airport.
Stopping the Islamic State's murderous advance is one thing. But resolving the political crisis between Shiite Baghdad and the Sunni power brokers up north might be impossible.
The new unity government has many challenges before it, but also the opportunity to build self-sufficient governance and economic growth.