From spies in the defense team to secret kill switches in the courtroom, the list of government perversions of an already-broken trial system is making the quest for justice endless.
Messy bondholder fight could complicate future defaults.
Why an Erdogan victory in Turkey's presidential election is likely to trigger the biggest opposition backlash yet. The first in our series of Lab Reports on Turkey.
Yemen's al Qaeda franchise isn't moving to create its own Islamic state quite yet. But the fact that it continues to thrive is ominous enough.
In the Cambodian province where Khmer Rouge leaders came to die, people aren’t celebrating a guilty verdict against two top regime officials. After all, they’re neighbors.
Why African leaders have growing doubts about the virtues of free trade.
Georgia's ex-president stands accused of abusing his power. His friends in the West should let the law run its course.
The country's infamous anti-homosexuality law has been struck down -- but homophobia is still dangerously enshrined in the country's penal code.
Long before Argentina’s latest default, there was Elliott Associates L.P. v. Republic of Panama.
Why some Libyans see a solution to the country's political crises in a document that was published 63 years ago.
A small South American country has been making big strides in human rights. But it's still got some work to do.
The world wants to hold someone accountable for the 298 people killed. But determining whom to go after -- and how to hold them responsible -- won’t be easy.
When the dust finally settles in Gaza, the battle will head to the courtroom.
Thanks to overfishing, pollution, climate change, and terrible governance, the largest ecosystem on the planet is close to collapse.
Even high cadres quake at the term ‘shuanggui,’ an extra-judicial interrogation method that has claimed lives.
U.S. uses dollar power to penalize BNP Paribas for violating sanctions.
Just like in politics and law, saying otherwise won’t do anyone any good.
How Serbia has become indifferent toward the man who lost the war, his honor, and his freedom.
Netizens are using a Korean film about late president Roh Moo-hyun as a subtle form of protest.
My conversations with the imprisoned Chinese human rights defender.
After years of bloodshed, Colombia's government is teaming up with its former rebel enemies to beat the drug problem.
Tunisia's media sector still has a long way to go before it can serve as a bulwark of democracy. The third in our series of Lab Reports on Tunisia.
The latest military coup in Thailand won't ensure real stability unless the country's new rulers address the deeper causes of political conflict.
Aung San Suu Kyi wants to change the Burmese constitution. But will the military really go along?
After disclosing that they used the forbidden metal, some companies are still trying to figure out whether they did.
Tunisia's main political forces have agreed on a deal to shore up the political middle and undermine extremists. That could be a crucial milestone on the path to democracy. The first in our series of Lab Reports on Tunisia.
New rule forces businesses to trace their supply chains.