We can't keep relying on a Vietnam-era treaty to stop nuclear proliferation.
Can Kenya's invasion of Kismayo put an end to al-Shabab for good?
The Palestinian president will either be toppled from his throne, or die on it. And that may be Hamas's chance to pounce.
The United Nations couldn't control the Internet even if it wanted to.
Congo is an object lesson in how not to resolve conflicts. It's time we changed that.
Are Russia and China trying to take over the Internet? Probably. But so far they aren't having much luck.
How Benjamin Netanyahu lost friends and Mahmoud Abbas influenced people.
Why Mahmoud Abbas’s U.N. statehood bid is great for Israel -- and the United States.
Once again, the Democratic Republic of the Congo has descended into chaos.
Carne Ross's quixotic crusade to help emerging nations get their seat at the table.
The lowdown on America's maybe-next secretary of state.
Barack Obama was right to defend Susan Rice from the GOP attacks. She's got the chops to be secretary of state.
Not only does the United States deserve a seat on the U.N. Human Rights Council, it’s leading the charge.
While Barack Obama was off fighting to keep his job, Hillary Clinton was busy in New York doing it.
The U.N. General Assembly is providing a real-time seminar on failed leadership.
Susan Rice calls the plays for Barack Obama at the United Nations. Could she lead his foreign-policy team next? Should she?
Long a target for "reform," the United Nations has taken heat for a bloated bureaucracy and gridlocked Security Council. FP surveyed top experts about what role it should play in today's ever-more-tangled global conflicts, with Madeleine Albright guiding us through the results.
A battle is brewing, but the black helicopters are not about to invade.
The government in Burma is promising to clean up its act. But the army is still recruiting child soldiers.
After a week of wanton destruction, is the legendary city of Timbuktu finally coming to an end?
To end Iran's nuclear program, it's time for America to step up its economic warfare.
The Palestinians are having another go at the United Nations. Will this time be as disastrous as the last?