Our sixth annual special issue featuring FP's 100 leading Global Thinkers.
In the early 1990s, Germany's capital city was war-torn, broken, and as beautiful as it was bizarre.
The Communist Party is finally getting serious about ferretting out Western spooks. But a new counterespionage law, passed on Nov. 1, may be just a finger in the dike.
Outrage and tear gas as Kurds watch their homes fall to the Islamic State.
Fleeing the Islamic State militants, they’ve left behind not only their homes in Syria, but their husbands and sons who have stayed to fight.
The fight for Scottish independence, coming to a living room table near you.
Manic bartenders, midget bouncers, and snorting ketamine off tables: remembering Beijing when it was still cool.
How did a small community of Yazidis from Lincoln, Nebraska, convince the White House to go to war in Iraq?
Portraits of ragtag fighters from Sinjar, Iraq, rallying to protect their homeland.
We may be watching the deliberate destruction of Aramaic, unfolding in real time.
What are major news organizations doing sending jihadi-approved photos from inside the Islamic State?