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.
African asylum-seekers are done keeping quiet about the Israeli government's failure to help them. But is anyone listening?
The interim nuclear deal with Iran was huge -- but a permanent solution is going to be much, much harder to reach.
Is the war-traumatized, fractured, and corrupt Balkan state finally experiencing a political revolution?
The United States needs to officially end the Iraq war -- or else acknowledge that it’s waging an endless and unwinnable fight.
How the trade vs. aid debate shows the different trajectories of Egypt and Tunisia.
What will happen when one million refugees have the right to return -- to the West Bank?
Can opposition leaders contain protest violence in Ukraine—or is the country headed for “prolonged guerrilla warfare”?
Peace talks won't solve the crisis in South Sudan. Africa-style justice will.
Remembering a popular restaurateur killed in Kabul—and a policy of segregation that humiliated local Afghans.
The latest threat to international peacekeeping is political warfare in Washington.
Social media may be protesters' favorite weapon, but new research on Syria's revolution shows it can do as much harm as good.
What do Egyptians really care about in their country's constitutional referendum? Not the constitution, for starters.
How one of the world’s major shipping companies is hindering the fight against world hunger.
We must rethink the way we’re dealing with the Syrian refugee crisis -- or risk militants winning hearts and minds.
A nuclear deal is going to be the key to domestic reform in Iran in 2014 -- or its downfall.
How young people meeting on the Internet might help build peace in some of the world's most volatile regions.
Is John Kerry quietly on the cusp of a Israel-Palestine peace talks breakthrough?
Jihadists as possible forces of peace, Russia as a potential dealmaker, and other conclusions from the inaugural PeaceGame.
Why the shocking rise of al Qaeda is scrambling the war, ripping up the playbook, and turning enemies into partners.