A recent article warned that the country faced imminent economic collapse. A careful reading of the economic data shows that reforms have placed it on a path to growth.
Bipartisan support of Ireland in the United States is stronger than ever, Dublin’s ambassador writes.
The country’s Ebola outbreak is spreading out of control—but it's not because of a fight over "conflict minerals."
The president’s coalition partners aren’t pulling him to the right. They’re doing his bidding.
Mikheil Saakashvili’s country was a victim of Putin’s aggression. Finland and Sweden won’t be.
The Spanish government seems to think the British overseas territory will sacrifice its sovereignty for the sake of convenience after Brexit. It is wrong.
The Greek Orthodox Patriarchate is not deliberately selling off land to Israeli settlers. It has been the victim of fraud and attacks by Israeli extremists.
A recent article argued the Golan should remain Israeli forever. That would reward aggression and set a dangerous international precedent.
Sumit Ganguly's recent FP article branded Bangladesh's election a debacle. Dhaka's ambassador to the United States begs to differ.
The Turkish government doesn’t have a soft spot for the Islamic State, and Ankara stands to lose more than anyone if the terrorist group makes a comeback.
Georgia’s presidential election is a referendum on a government that has reversed its predecessor’s gains.
A recent article argues that the lack of legal norms invites cyberconflict. But governments know the price of overreach and are refraining from unleashing their full capabilities.
The alliance between Washington and Ankara needs to be saved—and easy fixes won't cut it.