How U.S.-Russian relations became so dysfunctional—and dangerous
But it probably won't be for much longer.
Deep inside Beijing's campaign to wean the country off coal
The president is violating an important rule: Never tell your enemy what you're not going to do.
Why the senator’s brand of foreign policy is dangerous
A list of legislators who favor American intervention in the country's civil war
On Rab Island, now in Croatia, the bare-all movement first thrived a century ago.
Irish-language covers of popular English songs
What the independence campaign has in common with Occupy Wall Street
The unresolved question at the center of Scotland’s independence vote
Brazil's third election debate was hosted by the Brazilian Conference of Bishops, showing just how much influence religion can have on politics even when "church" and "state" are separate.
Staff your administration with hawks.
5 overlooked stories that could reshape world affairs
A brief guide
U.S. action against ISIS is war by any reasonable definition—and he owes it to today's citizens and the future to follow the Constitution.
Is the silence over Israeli nukes doing more harm than good?
Why a vote for independence would harm U.S. interests
The country's legislature has fled Tripoli and moved into a ship. It's not the first time boats from Greece have come to the rescue.
The Scottish bid for independence could set a new precedent for separatist movements around the world.
What ISIS videos and X-rated movies have in common
Obama is losing his battle with perpetual war.