Turkey's hard-headed prime minister bans YouTube, as a divided country votes on his increasingly paranoid rule.
Rivalries among the political elite are exacerbating divides and allowing urgent problems to fester. Can anyone stop the rot?
Vladimir Putin could be the perfect gift to an American president desperately in need of a foe.
Today, China and Japan are at each other’s throats, but 30 years ago they were like old friends. What happened?
Why looking crazy can be an asset when you’re staring down the Russians.
If Putin wants to make a grab for Ukraine's east and south, he'll need to move soon.
Hey, world, we Malaysians know you want straight answers about MH370. But you’re asking the wrong government.
History will prove the defeated Generalissimo had a greater impact on modern China than its most famous father.
Russians are celebrating Crimea's return. The West is bent on punishing Moscow. And Ukrainians are feeling more besieged than ever.
Is Obama's groupthink guru (and Amb. Samantha Power's husband) opening a window on White House dysfunction?
Can a flashy, Western-friendly, millionaire really win Libya's race for prime minister?
Meet Dmytro Firtash, the shady billionaire at the heart of Russia’s energy stranglehold over Kiev.
As moderate rebels beat back Islamist radicals in Syria, Assad gains.
President Obama takes a big risk and scores a win for democracy -- and no one gives a damn.
It's time for a frank conversation about some of the unsavory characters in Kiev.
How big goals and low bandwidth scuppered Obama's overburdened foreign policy agenda.
How politicians and pundits misread “city on a hill” and butcher the real meaning of American exceptionalism.
Nowadays, it seems, everyone's a fascist. Here's a handy guide to identifying the real thing.
In refusing to recognize Israel as the “Jewish state,” the Palestinian leader is denying a fact that even Yasser Arafat was willing to admit.
The last stand of Crimea’s pro-Ukraine movement.
Some of the most advanced countries in the world are increasingly rejecting climate change. But where did they get this idea? America, it seems.
Back in the days of the Arab Spring, optimists predicted a bright future for democratic upheavals around the world. But the reality in places like Ukraine, Venezuela, Turkey, and Thailand is far messier.
A year after his death, Hugo Chávez is still wrecking Venezuela. Why won’t his opponents just say it?
John Brennan took over the CIA after years working for Barack Obama. Now he's on the hot seat as lawmakers demand to know whether the CIA spied on Congress.
Vladimir Putin didn't invade Ukraine because he could. He did it because he had to.