Economic austerity ruined post-Soviet countries in the 1990s. Why are the same policies being forced on Ukraine today?
Public health officials knew Ebola was coming. They know how to defeat it. But they’re blowing it anyway.
India prides itself on its respect for democratic values. So why are civil society groups under attack?
How Serbia has become indifferent toward the man who lost the war, his honor, and his freedom.
Why Hillary Clinton's greatest foreign policy "success" isn't the win her new book claims.
Corporations really could make the world a better place -- if only the U.N. and state governments would treat them as equal partners.
The eurozone's central bank is up to something big. And this time, global investors could be hitting the beaches.
History has shown that the Catholic Church can be a great force for good. But it can only live up to that promise by properly addressing the clerical sex abuse scandal.
Three decades ago the world's governments vowed to stamp out torture -- but it's still alive and well.
For years, Iran and other American adversaries have complained that Washington plays hardball with visa rules to bar politically controversial delegates. They’re right.
By pledging not to use force outside NATO territory, Obama might as well have given Putin a free pass to annex more territory.
Is the European Central Bank ready to start tackling the continent’s inflation problem?
Russians are celebrating Crimea's return. The West is bent on punishing Moscow. And Ukrainians are feeling more besieged than ever.
Why action -- not activity -- is the only way to put the brakes on Moscow.
Why the glacial pace of climate diplomacy isn't ruining the planet.
While Washington was bashing Russia at the U.N. for violating international law, it was facing similar criticisms of its own legal record.
From Libya to Syria, the inside story of how the Obama administration went from supporting to sidelining international justice.
Jamaican bobsledders have been getting all the attention, but the country's economy has been doing pretty well, too.
There are no winners in the geopolitical tug of war between Russia and the West.
What to pack for the Syrian front lines.
It's become fashionable to argue that foreign aid doesn't make a difference. Here’s why the critics couldn't be more wrong.
For human rights advocates, 2013 brought many grim setbacks. Yet there were still some important signs of progress.
In South Sudan, a failed coup, violent confusion -- or the first spark of civil war?
Yanukovych can pick Russia or the European Union. Either way, the economic reforms are coming.
If the West doesn't shape up, the rest of the world will just go around it.