With their tattoos, skateboards, and tech degrees, the country's millennials are untethered from the communist ideals of the past and ready to meet the world. Edu BayerEdu Bayer is a freelance photographer based in New York.
As Europe's leaders argue about how to deal with Greece's massive debts, Greek citizens are waiting in long lines for cash, holding anti-austerity rallies, and voicing their discontent with graffiti. FP Staff
The legendary race's long history of thugs, drugs, and cheating. Benjamin SolowayBenjamin Soloway is an editorial assistant at Foreign Policy. He worked previously in Indonesia as a web editor and Princeton in Asia journalism fellow at the Jakarta Globe. He has also lived in Turkey and Brazil. His work has been published in the Boston Globe, the New Republic, USA Today, the Washington Post, and other publications. He has a BA in history from Wesleyan University.
Citing an assessment by the U.S. intelligence community, Secretary of State John Kerry said on Tuesday that Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps opposes the nuclear accord struck earlier this month by the United States, Tehran and five world powers.