The sky is not falling, but you wouldn't know that from reading the news of the world.
Singapore is testing whether mass surveillance and big data can not only protect national security, but actually engineer a more harmonious society.
If you want to rule for 1,000 years, don't touch my daughters or my cigarettes.
Here's why Keith Alexander thinks he's worth a million dollars a month.
While the world focuses on the Middle East and Ukraine, China's neighbors worry about the fallout of brewing tensions along its borders. And so should we.
By cutting Israel off from the world for 36 hours, the FAA and the White House gave Hamas exactly what it wanted.
Why Israel can no longer let the Palestinian Authority be responsible for security in Judea and Samaria.
We're right to mourn the dead of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. But that doesn't mean we should forget the others whose lives are being forever altered by the war.
A pro-Russian separatist's how-to guide for terrorizing eastern Ukraine includes advice on robbing banks, sabotage, and staging drive-by shootings.
As the U.S. slaps additional sanctions on Moscow and Donetsk separatists, new evidence emerges that short-range rockets are being launched from Russia into Ukraine.
Inside the high-tech command center where one of Afghanistan’s most popular cops is trying to keep the city safe from the Taliban.
A post-9/11 program meant to be temporary is likely to be renewed until at least 2019.
Why Europeans can defend themselves, but won't until Washington makes them.
Not long ago, stability and security in Iraq seemed possible. Maliki's corruption shattered any hope of that.
The jihadist takeover of northern Iraq is a disaster for Iraqis. But the destruction of an ancient Christian culture is a disaster for the world.
A fuel crisis prompts worries that the old regime is exploiting instability to bring itself back to power.
How Ukrainian forces took back a town controlled by pro-Russian separatists -- and scored a major victory for their country's morale.
Inspector general notes rate as "abnormal."
Washington may not want to admit it, but Iran is the most stable country in the Middle East right now.
Western governments are right to insist on the territorial integrity of Ukraine and Georgia. But that shouldn't stop them from building ties to contested regions.
Iran's president came to office promising liberalization and a better relationship with the West. But can he really have both?
After years of bloodshed, Colombia's government is teaming up with its former rebel enemies to beat the drug problem.
Enough with Obama's "don't do stupid sh*t" policy. Only U.S. airstrikes can save Iraq from collapse.
The latest military coup in Thailand won't ensure real stability unless the country's new rulers address the deeper causes of political conflict.
How history, greed, and nepotism are preventing the continent from securing itself against al-Shabab, Boko Haram, and other threats.
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.
Autocrats have increasing reason to fear the power of people in the streets. Here's why the leaders of democracies should take note.
The two big things missing from Obama’s speech are the keys to working with foreign partners on massive global problems.
Ukraine faces a rising tide of violence in the restive east. Here's why nonviolent activism is the best strategy for fighting back.