A decade of targeted assassinations has pushed the boundaries of Israel's laws and military ethics — and harmed its image across the globe.
Sen. Todd Young is holding up a key State Department confirmation until the White House helps ease the humanitarian catastrophe in Yemen.
Environmental violations thrust Nord Stream 2 and its European partners into an awkward position.
Beijing is happy to take advantage of an international red notice system that is notoriously easy to abuse — and is now overseen by a former Chinese official.
Dean Gooderham Acheson, the son of Canadian immigrants, graduate of Groton, Yale, and Harvard Law, was probably the most consequential American diplomat of the twentieth century.
In yet another blow to South African President Jacob Zuma’s government.
The new president has sounded an unprecedented retreat for the United States from its role as a world leader.
Russia and Syria are guilty of bombing thousands of civilians. The rest of the world is guilty of doing nothing.
The ICC has had a rough year, and Russia just made things worse.
The investigation could expose U.S. personnel to international justice inquiry for the first time.
A full tally of the war’s horrific violence requires estimates, models, and sophisticated pattern analysis to understand who’s responsible and why.
Which is why we so desperately need a global deal to bolster a broken system. And if the United Nations won’t do it, the United States must.