The foundational international relations theory has been revealed to be far less realistic than it claims.
Repeated attempts by Catalan secessionists to break away are increasing polarization and preventing reconciliation.
Randomized controlled trials aren't perfect, but a new generation of development economists is building on the work of the Nobel laureates and pushing the field in ambitious new directions.
Declassified evidence shows that Iranians, including clerics, played a significant role in the events of Aug. 19, 1953—and that after an earlier failed coup attempt, the CIA was left in the dark.
The Spanish Supreme Court isn’t trying to make an example of Catalan secessionist leaders by handing down tough sentences. It is merely upholding the country’s constitution.
Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi has been a key player in the Iranian government’s campaign of repression and censorship.
International threats to forcibly protect the Amazon betray ignorance about the subtle art of diplomacy.
Those who arrived to study in an unrecognized territory are finding they are their own best advocates.
The natural gas discovered in the Eastern Mediterranean is so expensive to bring to market that it might never reach European consumers, let alone change the policies of EU governments.
The Turkish government provides millions of Syrians with health care and education. A multilateral political solution is needed and demonizing Ankara won’t help.
The European Union and Ireland are trying to preserve Northern Ireland’s fragile stability. The British government is playing with fire.
Lifting sanctions and increasing international investment will speed land and security sector reform—and enhance the protection of human rights.
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.