Does success in Libya prove that the "responsibility to protect" works, or has it opened a Pandora's box of shaky precedent?
Leaders struggling to fix a world spiraling out of control are turning to international institutions. Are they up to the task?
We all know what went wrong the last time the international community tried to end a crisis in Somalia. But we've forgotten what went right.
The ironic consequence of Japan's disaster might be a more dangerous global nuclear landscape.
Civilization has defeated mass starvation. So why are so many Somalis dying of hunger?
Europe's financial crisis is a Titanic moment, threatening to bring down not only the EU's major economies, but its political raison d'être. Is it too late to save the ship?
Why isn't the U.N. tribunal to prosecute genocidal Khmer Rouge war criminals going after more bad guys?
Recognizing Libya's rebels was the right move by the United States and its allies -- but it's not the only one they have to make.
The brutal means that the Sudanese president has used to keep his country together have instead blown it apart in the most chaotic way possible.
From whiskey to nuclear secrets, North Korea plays a remarkably entrepreneurial role in international affairs for a Communist regime.
The case for calling off the Tomahawks and bringing Muammar al-Qaddafi to The Hague.
Europe may not be able to rely on America's free security guarantee forever.
How do you get the new Arab democracies' economies in order? Look to Eastern Europe.
Meet Christine Lagarde, Europe's consensus choice to replace Dominique Strauss-Kahn as chief of the IMF.
The long saga that led to Ratko Mladic's arrest shows that international pressure does work. It just takes time.
There's no way the Europeans should get to pick one of their own as the new IMF chief.
The political suicide of IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn is great news for France's embattled and unpopular president.
It might seem quixotic for the International Criminal Court to indict Libya's unrepentant leader, Muammar al-Qaddafi. But the call for justice can have a pragmatic effect too.
Why is the United Nations entrenching former colonial powers on our continent? Africans can and should take the lead in resolving their own disputes.
The Deep Dive briefing on the World Trade Organization and why it matters.
Forget about the stalled Doha round negotiations -- developing countries can do plenty to fix their trade restrictions without the World Trade Organization's help.
The supposedly free trade deals miss the real barriers to global exchange.