The Peña Nieto administration is eager to move on from the country’s latest security crisis, but Mexicans are refusing to let the government off the hook.
No elections, an empty Senate, violent protests on the streets of Port-au-Prince -- and Haiti's unrest is just getting started.
Getting rid of Hagel is not a cure for what ails Obama's national security team -- it's a symptom of the disease.
Thailand under military rule may look calm. But big changes are coming, whether the generals like it or not.
Leaders in countries of the former USSR are increasingly driving their best and brightest into emigration. No one wins.
Bicycling in the dark in Douma, Syria; moving Hamburg's swans to their winter home; and opening the International Toilet Festival in New Delhi.
Dealing with Congress could drive anyone nuts, but with his immigration move, Obama is crazy like a fox.
From Russia to China to the United States, from hubris to ultimatums to power plays, the good, the bad, and the ugly of (recent) world politics.
The world’s governing body of soccer is reeling from a scandal involving the next two World Cups in Russia and Qatar. But making it accountable will take more than an investigation.
Prosecutors in the trials to disband Golden Dawn claim the group slaughtered sheep to practice knife techniques, carried around bazookas, and was training to “break into parliament with tanks.”
Sultan Qaboos bin Said Al Said, the man who built modern, moderate Oman, may be on his deathbed. Omanis hope for the best and fear what could come next.
American and French politics seem to be devolving in parallel. That's bad news for the left in both countries.
Bulgaria commemorates a murdered dissident -- and takes a symbolic step toward reckoning with its communist past.
Who do Hong Kong's netizens blame for the city's distress?
As Beijing loosens the reins on family planning, why aren't more Chinese choosing to have a second child?
President Obama is arriving in Burma amid a crisis in the country's democratic transition.
Stabbing attacks and random acts of Palestinian terror have brought the violence in Gaza and the West Bank into the heart of Israel.
Xi Jinping's real answer to the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Chinese netizens wonder why the air in Beijing is only clean when important foreigners come to town.
Remembering the "glory days" of nudity, breast milk, and recycling 25 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Everyone talks about the "failure" of the Arab revolts that began in 2011. But the story isn't over yet.
The midterm drubbing wasn't a referendum on Obama's foreign policy. In the next two years, he should double down and stick to his guns.
How Hong Kong's fisheries and other interest groups dominate the city's Beijing-backed political system.
Macau's casinos are taking a hit from China's sweeping anti-corruption crackdown.
The world doesn’t need the United States nearly as much as we like to think it does.
Three reasons why President Obama isn't about to be a second-term foreign-policy free-ranger.
Who are the Umbrella Movement protesters remaining on the streets of Hong Kong?
Turkey's strongman has broken the power of the military. Could that ensure the long-term victory of democracy?
It's hard to remember just how impassable the Berlin Wall was -- until one day it wasn't. A memoir.