Damascus promised to destroy its entire arsenal, but the world’s chemical weapons watchdog suggests Assad may have squirreled some away.
Colum LynchColum Lynch is Foreign Policy's award-winning U.N.-based senior diplomatic reporter. Lynch previously wrote Foreign Policy's Turtle Bay blog, for which he was awarded the 2011 National Magazine Award for best reporting in digital media.
Why are the French so worked up about a bathing suit? Because for France, the beach is more than just a coastline – it’s a symbol of national identity.
Sophie FuggleSophie Fuggle is a senior lecturer at Nottingham Trent University in the United Kingdom. She is the co-editor with Nicholas Gledhill of the recently released book La Ligne d’Écume: Encountering the French Beach.
Twenty miles off the Libyan coast, a scrappy band of volunteers is saving thousands of lives, locked in a standoff with smugglers on the Mediterranean Sea. Amnon Gutman<p>
Amnon Gutman is a photographer based in Israel. You can see more of his work on his website.
It’s a country often billed as the sole success story of the Arab Spring. But the reality is far more fraught. Five years on, here’s how Tunisians are still struggling to make sense of their revolution. FP Staff
Usain Bolt wins the men's 200 meter race at the Rio Olympics; Indonesian men clamber up a greasy pole in celebration of Independence Day; and "furries" gather in Berlin for an international convention. FP Staff
Newly-released emails from Hillary Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state raise fresh questions about whether the Clinton Foundation helped its donors gain access and special treatment from the State Department during her time in office.