A new book on interrogation during the Korean War sheds light on how the 20th century imagined prisoners of war.
The closure has raised concerns that perpetrators of torture and genocide will be free to act with impunity.
The Russian-produced Netflix series is selling worrying myths to the public.
The march to war against Iran is echoing the drumbeats of America's last major Middle Eastern invasion.
America’s laden tables used to wow queens and premiers. But is state dinner diplomacy as outdated as lobster aspic?
Paul Whelan’s family can’t discuss his case with the U.S. Embassy until he returns a signed waiver.
Apathetic voters are planning to boycott this weekend’s election—and may inadvertently boost the country’s most fervent separatists.
The president will divert billions that would have gone to military construction projects.
A murderous attack in Kashmir rocks relationships throughout Asia.
There’s a difference between fair and unfair criticisms of AIPAC—and it’s time everyone, including AIPAC, acknowledges it.
In the latest showdown between Brussels and Washington, the U.S. Treasury Department instructed American banks to ignore new EU anti-money laundering directives.