With new evidence that Iran’s nuclear weapons program is gaining steam, the Islamic Republic is once again in the world’s crosshairs.
Five reasons that Israel and the United States might want to think long and hard about preemptively striking Iran's nuclear facilities.
The 2012 election may well mark the last gasp of the Republican foreign-policy establishment. But what’s more remarkable is that it lasted as long as it did.
Japan melted down, but that doesn't mean the end of the atomic age.
Why can't the world's nuclear energy watchdog do anything about Fukushima or Iran's weapons program? I went to find out.
This is no time for either President Obama or the GOP to forget the threat of nuclear weapons.
From the Indian April Fools cable to Hanoi's sexy discos to China's dangerous nuclear plants, Julian Assange's hits just keep on coming.
The ironic consequence of Japan's disaster might be a more dangerous global nuclear landscape.
A closer look at the nuclear stockpiles of the world's two superpowers as the Cuban Missile Crisis began.
Naoto Kan’s statement taking on Japan’s nuclear industry isn’t likely to accomplish anything.
When Medvedev can't even convince party insiders to stick up for him, does he have a shot at keeping his job?
From whiskey to nuclear secrets, North Korea plays a remarkably entrepreneurial role in international affairs for a Communist regime.
From blatant bribery in India to Hugo Chávez’s war on Domino’s pizza, here are the highlights from the last four months of the secret State Department cables.
Failed states are mainly a threat to their own inhabitants. We should help them anyway.
Don't believe the hype: Obama's North Korea plan is a mess.
At a time of tight budgets, doubling down on a risky, easily foiled technology is more foolish than ever.
The Obama administration is freely giving Russia sensitive information about missile defense that weakens U.S. national security.
The Taliban's brazen raid on a Karachi naval base shows why the Pakistani state can't be trusted with the world's most deadly weapons.
Advice from a career Pyongyang hand to would-be nukes negotiators: Bluster won’t get you very far.
Environmentalist icon turned nuclear-power booster Stewart Brand tells Foreign Policy why, even after the Fukushima disaster, he thinks nuclear is the energy of the future.
Fukushima wasn't the only nuclear accident waiting to happen. From Bulgaria to New York, here are five other nuclear power plants to keep an eye on.
Why the Japanese public has good reason to distrust official information.
But there's much more we can do to reduce the odds of a catastrophe.
Can the Pentagon afford to protect its orbital interests?