Why Congress needs to go big -- and restrict the power of a runaway executive branch.
Do Americans realize their privacy rights have been obliterated?
Japan's former defense minister talks to FP about cyberattacks, the East China Sea face-off, and whether North Korea's Kim Jong Un is a puppet dictator.
There's an effort afoot in Congress to kick terrorists off Twitter. But the government's spies aren't so sure.
The battle for a town on the Lebanese border marks the kingdom's first attempt to lead Syria's fractured opposition.
In a country where rape has been used as a weapon of war, reformers are making special efforts to turn women into cops.
Why today's presidents have more war-waging power than ever -- and why no Congress will ever stand in their way.
What do a handful of South African mercenaries do for an encore in Somalia, once all the pirates are gone?
In the mountains of Yemen, a strange and deadly face-off between elite soldiers and rebellious villagers could have big international consequences.
Obama can't live without drones, Pakistan can't live with 'em. So the president bowed to the Islamic street.
Sunni-Shiite hatreds are the least of the Middle East's problems -- it's the struggle within the Sunni world that will define the region for years to come.
Why Russia's ludicrous attempt to silence Alexey Navalny is a throwback to the bad old times of Stalin and Khrushchev.
The arrest of the alleged CIA agent in Moscow looks like a joke. But it actually illustrates just how tense U.S.-Russian relations have become.
Americans deserve to hear the dirty secrets of the CIA’s war on terror. We’ll all be better off with the truth.
The civil war in Burma goes on. But the government seems powerless to stop it.
Photos of the country that was supposed to be the poster child for the war on drugs.
An exclusive interview with Russia's top diplomat.
An exclusive look inside the mysterious death and life of the world's most dangerous terrorist not named Osama bin Laden.
China's new leader is using the military to consolidate his power. But has he unleashed forces beyond his control?
Look on the bright side: It could have been 0.
How self-absorbed computer nerds became a powerful force for freedom.
Thomas P.M. Barnett lets the White House off the hook for the Pentagon's dysfunction.