Mohammad bin Salman isn't just ruining his own reputation—he's spoiling Washington's policies across the region.
Two years after deciding to leave the European Union, many Brits want a second vote on Brexit.
Too often, Westerners treat courageous local experts like pawns in a political game. The journalist’s murder should serve as a reminder that, for some, writing an op-ed is a deadly risk.
Geir Pedersen could be saddled with one of diplomacy’s most thankless tasks.
A new diplomatic history argues that the United States, Egypt, and Israel prevented a Palestinian state from emerging. But leaders such as Yasser Arafat bear much of the blame.
As Pretoria prepares to confront the legacy of colonial and apartheid-era land theft, hardly anyone seems to care about the claims of the country’s earliest inhabitants—the Khoisan.
The world thought it knew how to deal with Ebola outbreaks—but it’s never dealt with one like this before.
Ghost offices on the small island provide legal but questionable means of siphoning tax dollars away from poor countries and into the pockets of the global elite.
Here’s how Washington and Brussels can come to a compromise.
The journalist’s suspected murder, and its aftermath, was the latest battle of a 300-year war over Sunni Islam.
By claiming they were only trying to abduct the journalist, they’re hoping to draw a moral equivalence with U.S. renditions.
A strange alliance between Sunnis and Shiites is sure to leave Iraq worse off.
Trump lowers the rhetoric, sends Pompeo to Riyadh.