Hillary Clinton Has No Regrets About Libya
The intervention didn’t go according to plan. But the Democratic front-runner doesn’t think withdrawing from the Middle East is the answer.
Why Putin Is So Committed to Keeping Assad in Power
Putin's growing military support for the beleaguered Syrian leader is meant to send a clear message to other anxious despots about Russian loyalty to its friends.
Qaddafi Supporters Reemerge in a Disillusioned Libya
In a country wracked by war and dysfunction, memories of the old dictatorship are starting to take on a rosy hue.
Judgment Day for Hissène Habré
Twenty-five years after he fled to Senegal, Chad’s former dictator is on trial for allegedly overseeing the killing and torturing of thousands of his own people. Will his victims see justice?