An American assessment regimen would propel international organizations to better serve their own missions — and to incorporate U.S. interests.
A ‘freaked-out’ NATO braces for Donald Trump’s first meeting of the transatlantic alliance.
How corporations, activists, and politicians turned the language of human rights into meaningless babble.
With three African countries giving notice that they intend to abandon the ICC, a coordinated exodus might soon be coming.
The Assad family’s favorite international development organization tried to turn Syria into an agricultural powerhouse. Its failure sparked a civil war.
They were the few ships left of what was once one of the most lucrative illegal fishing operations in history. An inside look at the high seas chases that may have brought them down for good.
China isn’t ready to supply the rest of the world with RMB. So why does it matter if the currency gets the IMF's stamp of approval?
The G-7 is gathering to tackle the world’s biggest problems. It’s starting with Ebola -- and what the World Health Organization did wrong.
You can’t assess an election’s integrity without choosing to monitor it, but the decision to do so can be seen as conferring undue legitimacy on an unfair vote.
Yes, Palestine just became a member of the International Criminal Court. But Israel can still avoid global humiliation -- by subjecting itself to genuine self-scrutiny.
The era of a U.S.-dominated global economic order is ending. But a fragmented governance system isn't the best replacement.
A new report by rights group Amnesty International documents how some governments have stepped up the use of executions as part of their counterterrorism efforts.