The measures single out the offshore fortunes of top generals and officials.
The sudden exodus from war-torn South Sudan is the largest Africa has seen since the 1994 Rwandan genocide. This is what a nation without civilians looks like.
Americans are exhausted keeping up with Donald Trump’s every tweet. People in Somalia, South Sudan, Nigeria, and Yemen are exhausted by violence and hunger.
Aid organizations slammed the government’s proposal.
Across Africa and the Middle East, a vacuum of U.S. leadership is exacerbating crises and emboldening abusers.
The country's warring leaders have left their citizens with two options – flee or starve.
Unless the world undertakes 'major transformations' to address world hunger.
South Sudan just declared a famine. But it’s been years in the making and it could have been stopped.
From China's bubble to Russia's undersea drones, here are big stories around the world that flew under the radar this year.
The Security Council is balking at an arms embargo that is too little, too late for the world’s youngest nation.
A scathing internal investigation details multiple failings by U.N. blue helmets to protect civilians during July violence in Juba.
FP staffers talk about their reporting on the ground in South Sudan and Colombia and how war crimes, revolution, women, and Washington all played a role in those countries’ faltering peace processes.
Since violence flared this summer, South Sudanese government forces have mounted increasingly brutal attacks against U.N. workers.
As China steps up its commitment to U.N. peacekeeping, Beijing is said to be eyeing a leadership role — with potentially troubling human rights implications.