Selling warships to Russia doesn't seem like a great idea right now. But there's someone else that could buy them -- and make it a win-win for European security.
Not only is it wrong to blame the Islamic State's rise on the U.S. failure to secure a two-state solution -- it's also flat-out dangerous.
Americans have good reason to be afraid of another attack on U.S. soil -- only it's not going to come from the Islamic State.
Oil and gas prices are falling through the floor. And some countries are woefully unprepared for the drop.
Where did the idea for a "nuclear umbrella" come from, anyway?
Washington is making all its favorite mistakes in (another) Iraq war.
Seven years on, the United States is still failing the Iraqi and Afghan interpreters it once promised visas. And the rise of the Islamic State makes their plight more urgent than ever.
As Kurds head to the front lines to fight the Islamic State, they face a Turkish government attacking them from the rear.
Surely, the administration should realize that lecturing friends and browbeating allies doesn't do it many favors.
Empowering Muslim women is the key to degrading and ultimately destroying medieval and reactionary fanaticism.
Obama just created a Pacific Ocean reserve almost twice the size of Texas to curb fishing and oil drilling. But it might be too little too late.
Kenya's president is charged with inciting ethnic violence that killed thousands. He's about to talk his way out of it like it's a parking ticket.
Why Hilary Mantel's controversial short story about an imagined assassination of the former prime minister misunderstands the Iron Lady.
There’s a way to prevent the virus from spreading, but the answer isn’t travel bans.
The commander in chief lays out his justification for the war in Syria and Iraq.
Obama's Middle East allies are signing up for the fight against the Islamic State. But it's not for the reason you think.
How the world is training the next generation of peacebuilders.
Can a book festival mend wounds created by war and perhaps even counter religious extremism in an isolated corner of the Horn of Africa?
Studies show that infectious disease often affects one gender more than another -- but that knowledge isn't being put into practice.
As accusations of voter fraud fly, Afghanistan’s presidential race is ripping the country apart.
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.