More U.S. special forces and Osprey aircraft are headed to Uganda. But their mission may be broader than hunting down the world's most-wanted warlord.
A roadmap for responding to Moscow’s aggression
As president, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi could be toppled by the same forces that unseated his predecessors.
For 25 years, Japan has shied away from trying to increase inflation. But now that it's trying to get prices to rise by 2 percent, it needs to do much more.
Tourism is already down after MH370's disappearance, and the worst is still to come.
Covert cetacean operations have lost their luster since the Cold War.
The "Ready for Labor and Defense" campaign, Putin hopes, will get Russians in shape and pay tribute to Soviet history.
Why has the country's prime minister revived an old imperial institution?
Either way, there's a tension with the company's journalistic operations.
The country's Jews have faced unspeakable horrors. But Vladimir Putin isn't their savior.
Tensions over Ukraine probably won't endanger the International Space Station.
Anne Applebaum talks to us like we're stupid. And it's awesome.
The crisis in Ukraine has changed public opinion, but not radically.
"For the international press, there are many reasons for crimped ambitions."
"The Malays must give an explanation," one social-media user demanded. "The Chinese people are not fools."
In a country where the music scene is largely underground, Alaa Wardi broadcasts his a cappella covers to millions around the world.
"Don't give it to a Russian" uses the oldest protest trick in the book.
2.1 million Venetians just voted to leave Italy and restore their medieval republic.
How Russia's president resembles the American hawks who hate him most.
Establishing zones free of nuclear-weapons material would address one of the gravest threats to global security.