The "Black Swan" theorist reflects on the most stable country in human history and the folly of the European Union.
Naval analyst Chris Weuve talks to Foreign Policy about what Battlestar Galactica gets right about space warfare.
Shirin Ebadi, Iran's leading human rights activist, explains why on attack on the country's nuclear program is just what the mullahs have been yearning for.
An exclusive conversation with Nouriel Roubini and Ian Bremmer on the hidden economic risks as geopolitical tensions bubble over in the Middle East and China.
In an exclusive interview, the Islamic radical group accused of masterminding the terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi protests its innocence.
The worst nuclear proliferator in history sounds off on his political ambitions.
Beijing's best-known dissident, architect, and creative provocateur tells Jonathan Landreth what's wrong with China's frenetic capital.
The Midnight's Children author reflects on life under fatwa, the Arab Spring, and his one-night stand with Twitter.
Foreign Policy speaks with the Swedish activists who dropped a planeload of stuffed animals into Belarus, Europe's last dictatorship.
Israel's former military intelligence chief sounds off on Syria and other regional dangers facing the Jewish state.
Embattled Washington, D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray tells FP what he admires about Beijing.
Middle East scholar Joshua Stacher explains why democratization in Egypt is only skin deep.
Why are American voters so all over the place when it comes to foreign policy?
An exclusive interview with the secretary of state.
The veteran economist and Washington power-player on China, currency wars, and working with Henry Kissinger.
A conversation with David Sanger, author of a new book on Obama's secret wars.
An interview with globe-trotting chess promoter, former president, and freelance diplomat Kirsan Ilyumzhinov.
Military futurist Peter Singer -- and consultant for the forthcoming Call of Duty -- reveals what kind of dark assumptions are baked into the next blockbuster game.
Steve Coll's global tour of how ExxonMobil, the international "supermajor" and world's most profitable company, still rules.
A conversation with USAID administrator Rajiv Shah on expanding public-private partnerships and integrating development and emergency intervention.
Most of the Americans charged by Egypt in the NGO affair have since left the country. But one, Robert Becker, decided to stay and face the music.
A conversation with the mysterious Anonymous analysts who are exposing fraud and corruption in Chinese companies -- and taking them down.
A conversation with the first female head of the U.N. Development Program on the most pressing issues for women in the developing world.
Turkey can be a democratic model for the Middle East, its president says.
An exclusive conversation with Nouriel Roubini and Ian Bremmer on the toll of war with Iran -- and why China and Russia just don't care anymore what the United States thinks of them.
The Middle East's real problem is poverty, not politics, says Israel's president.