As the United States expands its sanctions, Iran has been ramping up its use of cryptocurrencies to get around them.
U.S. to expand network of spy satellites to better detect and track cruise missiles, drones, and hypersonic weapons.
Rash action by Tehran-connected groups could provoke an escalatory cycle.
Veterans criticize president for dismissing possibility that U.S. personnel suffered traumatic brain injuries in Iran missile strike.
Ivoirian President Alassane Ouattara has won plaudits for his economic successes, but there are cracks in his democratic facade.
Protesters are right—the extent to which the country’s new cabinet brings it closer to Iran is spooky.
The Nobel Peace Prize-winning prime minister has disbanded Africa’s largest political party in an effort to reinvent the country’s politics—but some powerful players stand to lose, and they won’t go quietly.
As the 2020 presidential campaign heats up, U.S. politics is getting harder and harder to explain to the rest of the world.
Australia’s climate denialist media, a pro-independence mandate in Taiwan, and power-sharing returns to Northern Ireland.
Russia has played all sides in the conflict to get a seat at the negotiating table. Now it wants an end to sanctions.
Abdalla Hamdok wasn't sure he wanted the job, but six months later there is reason to hope—despite the failed mutiny this week.
Three decades ago, a perfect storm of miscommunication, miscalculation, and human error in the heat of battle caused the United States to make a mistake similar to the one Iran just did.
The slain Iranian general helped defeat the Islamic State in Iraq, but his death is likely to unleash the sort of sectarian strife that Sunni extremists thrive on.