The latest round of Israeli-Palestinian negotiations never had a chance -- and unless the United States asks itself some tough questions, its days as peace broker are numbered.
Why nonviolent resistance might be the best hope for thwarting Putin's adventurism in eastern Ukraine.
Israel fears prosecution in The Hague, and the Palestinians know it. But does the world’s war crimes court want to get involved?
Chadian peacekeepers may be leaving the Central African Republic, but will the war-torn country ever really be free of its meddling northern neighbor?
A former spokesperson reveals the web of lies, half-truths, and omissions that the United Nations has built in Darfur.
How Washington turned its back on a foreign-policy triumph and let Darfur descend back into chaos. Part 3 in Foreign Policy's exclusive investigation of the U.N.'s peacekeeping debacle in Sudan.
With the peace process sputtering, will John Kerry abandon his signature initiative -- or cling to his belief that a deal can really be reached?
Part 2 in Foreign Policy’s exclusive investigation of the U.N.'s peacekeeping debacle in Darfur.
Slogans won't stop another genocide like Rwanda's. But there are other things that might.
A former aid worker remembers the silence, pain, and foreboding of Rwanda -- just after the 1994 genocide.
How Rwanda's remarkable, two-decade march from genocide has left women behind.
After the Darfur genocide, the United Nations sent in 20,000 peacekeepers with a single mission -- to protect the region's civilians. A Foreign Policy investigation details why they failed, and what the U.N. knew about it.
How the United States can shape the world without boots on the ground and bombs in the air.
20 years after the Rwandan genocide, is Paul Kagame's government assassinating its critics?
If NATO wants to stanch Russian adventurism in Eastern Europe, it needs a comprehensive security plan (and fast).
Melting glaciers and superstorms won't matter if the world can't feed itself.
Five ways to tell the Middle East peace process is in big trouble.
The United States and its allies have imposed stinging sanctions on Russia. To make them work, they need to hold fast.
Will Russian adventurism in Crimea blow up the P5+1 nuclear talks? Iran's hard-liners sure hope so.
A generation of Lost Boys returned home to build a new nation in South Sudan. Now war has found them again.
How the United States can pull Sudan and South Sudan back from the brink of disaster.
France convicts a Rwandan of genocide -- and grapples with its own role in the horrific events of 1994.
Should NATO troops help enforce an Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement?
How development experts have empowered dictators and helped to trap millions and millions of people in poverty.
With civilian rape on the rise, the war on Congo's women comes painfully, pervasively home.
Obama gambled that U.S. power would trump Russia's interests in Ukraine. He was wrong.
New poll shows that if the two-state solution collapses, U.S. public favors democracy over Jewishness.