The nation’s top law-enforcement official speaks out on her tarmac meeting with Bill Clinton, and how she’ll handle the investigation of Hillary Clinton.
Critics claim British voters were unqualified to decide such a complicated issue. But democracy itself isn’t the problem.
Brexit could spell the “death of a certain idea of Europe,” Mark Leonard says.
The U.S. is pressing ahead with its opening to Cuba. What does that mean for democracy on the island?
Founder Jimmy Wales discusses the barriers to the encyclopedia’s expansion.
Six answers to the question behind Donald Trump’s immigration ban
Clinton says Trump’s wrong about the world. But she still needs to explain why she’s right.
“The objectives of drug control have not been reached,” says one Mexican activist. “Not even close.”
“Language is part of the armory of human resistance,” says Wole Soyinka.
It’s hard to say sorry. Especially when you’re doing it for a whole country.
Donald Trump’s proposal for the U.S.-Mexico border isn’t outdated. It’s a sign of the times.
From Lord Latimer to Bill Clinton, impeachment has always been political. But how political is too political?
The campaign to name Britain’s research ship was a surprising success. But what’s next?
“We represent a last hope, the final defenders of life in this city.”
Why it’s so hard to know
Turkey’s leader was once imprisoned for reciting a poem. Now he wants to jail a German satirist for doing the same.
What the Republican front-runner's proposed border-wall tells us about his America-First ideology
Is the British government’s response to a naming contest tyrannical? Or the very definition of the democratic process?
The impeachment of Dilma Rousseff is occurring in one of the most politically fragmented countries on earth.
Pope Francis says people are becoming more apathetic to the suffering of others. Is he right?