The Pakistani citizen, a U.S. federal prisoner, has attracted support from extremists around the world.
Russia says the Pentagon’s European missile defense isn’t so defensive after all. Does it have a point?
The Collective Security Treaty Organization, explained.
Moscow has long chafed at Ukraine’s relationship with the West, so why the sudden urgency?
But additional economic sanctions under study could be more devastating to Moscow than the last ones were.
The United States has a chance to become a standard-bearer as digital currencies expand.
The country’s opposition finally has a shot at ousting the party that has ruled since a 2009 coup—if voting isn’t rigged.
After two weeks of intense climate negotiations, here’s where progress was made—and where negotiations fell short.
Militants are attacking minorities and outsiders in pursuit of demographic hegemony.
Now that all the major U.S. platforms have left the country, what does the world’s largest social media market look like?
Environmental disasters are rapidly engulfing the world. Can bureaucracy meet their pace?
With China out, there’s little investment left for global coal projects.