A confederation of states must choose whether to follow the bloody path of the former Yugoslavia or the prosperous model of the European Union.
From the Islamic Revolution in Tehran to fuzzy animals playing counterinsurgents, these board and video games are inspired by foreign relations.
The State Department repeats calls for U.S. citizens to leave the country as soon as possible.
Libya still reeling from proxy war between rival foreign powers.
Rebuilding U.S. standing requires an end to backing militants abroad.
The government wants to boost Arab tourism, and it’s sending visitors to an archeological park in East Jerusalem with a particular twist.
A year ago, the state shot to death scores of citizens. No one has been held accountable.
Tehran needs to restore the nuclear deal—but the Raisi administration’s officials aren’t up for the job.
David Beasley’s unsanctioned mediation efforts in Khartoum rankle U.S. and U.N. diplomats.
The United States must bring all of its power to bear to prevent state collapse.