It's time to treat Vladimir Putin like the crime boss he is: Go after his money.
As Obama tucks further into his shell, I'm headed out again to see the world.
International peacekeepers -- like the ones who stood by in Srebrenica -- could soon be held accountable for their actions.
Can Netanyahu really demilitarize the Strip without making Hamas a partner?
A conversation with Zbigniew Brzezinski on today's worldwide turmoil, overstating Iran's near-term nuclear threat, and why a return to global order may rest on the relationship between the United States and China.
Trying to cram a nuanced view on the tragedy in Ukraine into 140 characters was a mistake. Taking a closer look at the West's role is not.
For Gaza’s young and ambitious, the ongoing war is just another one of life’s many challenges.
Here's our martial World Cup wrap-up -- where the beautiful game is just war by other means.
The only way to contain Moscow is to understand that there’s still a Cold Warrior in the Kremlin.
Why the Obama administration keeps making the same mistakes over and over.
The body blows dealt by Nairobi have human rights groups questioning whether the court can -- or should -- prosecute atrocities in South Sudan and other African states.
Spilled smallpox, missing SARS, and rogue scientists with mutant H1N1. If you’re not scared, you should be.
Why is a barbaric medieval caliphate so much better at social media than Washington?
Suicide is becoming a crisis among people affected by Syria's protracted civil war -- and no one is talking about it.
Dozens of Americans are spending this July 4 as hostages in far-off lands. Washington should do more to get them back.
Why the administration’s muddy logic for intervention on behalf of a deeply unpopular central government will get America engaged in a Middle Eastern civil war.
It’s time for NATO to get involved in Syria and Iraq, perhaps even putting limited Special Forces troops on the ground.
Will Assad agree to a political solution? Can ISIS be defeated? A sobering report from the latest PeaceGame.
As accusations of voter fraud fly, Afghanistan’s presidential race is ripping the country apart.
But now the question is: Will it survive 2016?
Fame, acclaim, and a notorious friendship with Fidel Castro: The life of writer Gabriel Garcia Márquez was as fantastical and politically charged as his reality-bending novels.