On the frontlines of war, there are only the briefest of moments to save lives—or lose them.
Refugees are often portrayed as helpless victims — reporting on culture and cuisine is one way to tell the whole story.
Just in time for the holiday break, FP returns to reviewing new and upcoming titles on all aspects of international affairs.
Two philosophers discuss the morality of family planning in the age of climate change.
From Poland’s “Black Monday” strike to women shedding the compulsory hijab on social media, there is power in sisterhood and solidarity.
The president-elect has pledged a wholesale revision of Obama’s legacy right out of the gate — including executive actions on trade, terrorism, and immigration — but will find some promises a lot harder to enact.
Writers Meghan O'Rourke and Hanya Yanagihara explore death and grief in the Facebook age.