From Poland to Iceland, citizens’ groups are taking matters into their own hands and bringing about genuine political change from outside the party system.
The special counsel’s report reveals a disorganized government with unclear lines of authority—and not just in Washington.
The Kremlin will soon wish it were still dealing with a Ukrainian president who so much resembled its own.
Dumping refugees on a doomed island in Bangladesh is as callous as it is predictable.
A deadly outbreak in Congo has become a global emergency because of a raging conflict over valuable minerals.
One of Washington's most accomplished diplomats has traced how U.S. foreign policy went astray over decades—and how it can get back on track.
Netanyahu is not the only one who opposes basic Palestinian rights. Almost all Israeli leaders reject the fundamental tenets of sovereignty that would make a Palestinian state genuine and viable.
Politics has turned religious in the world's biggest Muslim nation — but that's part of democracy too.
New pipeline projects throughout the Middle East could boost Russian influence there while also ensuring the country’s role as the prime supplier of energy to Europe.
Netanyahu’s embrace and the left’s hostility have made the fast-growing Haredi Jewish population the right’s most reliable constituency.
Urban centers are taking international relations into their own hands.
It's an act of protest—but the government calls it terrorism.