A South Korean video is making waves on the Web. But the West is actually late to the party.
The protests against Japan didn't get us our islands back, but they made one thing clear: The people are puppets of the Chinese Communist Party.
The boys in saffron are marching again. But this time there’s nothing that's noble about it.
Could American labor unions be the best way to roll back radical Islamists in the Middle East?
How a shrewd politician defused ethnic tension and improved public services in one of Indonesia’s most dysfunctional cities.
It’s hard to find people who are optimistic about the future of Russian democracy. Leon Aron explains why he’s one of them.
Snapshots from a time when the cinemas were packed and the booze flowed.
Neil Armstrong's death reminds us that there is no such thing as faith-based progress.
The South American strongman is constructing a massive tomb to hold Simon Bolivar's remains ... and perhaps his own, one day.
What the sporting habits of China's top officials say about the nature of power in the Middle Kingdom.
An exclusive look at the 75 powerhouses of the coming urban revolution, brought to you by FP in partnership with the McKinsey Global Institute.
Is Russia's Pussy Riot already the most politically influential punk rock group ever?
Foreign Policy speaks with the Swedish activists who dropped a planeload of stuffed animals into Belarus, Europe's last dictatorship.
Images of the disappearing treasures of Timbuktu's ancient landmarks as militants bomb them into rubble.
The revolution in Egypt isn’t over -- at least as long as female revolutionaries have anything to say about it.
Playing the new Cold War board game is a trip back to the 1980s. So why is the theme of an America being invaded still so popular?
Why conservative economists are aghast at radical reforms by Argentina’s central bank.
Liechtenstein's billionaire royal family is threatening to literally abandon its tiny, wealthy principality over a referendum to curtail its power. Is this the coming of the Liechtenspring?