A preeminent expert on the making of American foreign and national-security policy grades the administration.
America's panic over the disease may have subsided, but the news from overseas is still quite grim.
Wednesday's news doesn't mean that global climate negotiations will succeed. But it means they're no longer guaranteed to fail.
China is scrubbing the web of footage of the Russian president putting a shawl around the shoulders of the China's First Lady Peng Liyuan.
Since 1979, Jadav Payeng has planted more than 1,300 acres of trees in northeast India.
The meeting between China's Xi Jinping and Japan's Shinzo Abe wasn't warm. But it was important.
More than 20 nations lack standing armies—and it's not always about pacifism.
Before his death in July at 97, the man immortalized in Laura Hillenbrand's book reflected on courage, forgiveness, and why he doesn't consider himself a hero.
The country seems invulnerable to tyranny. Yet in the last 15 years it has eliminated core rights and protections that took centuries to secure.
Other countries offer models for truly nationwide tributes to military service and sacrifice.
"The Most Trusted Name in News" will reportedly cease its broadcasts in response to new media laws.
The terrorist group reserves its deadly violence for society's most vulnerable. On Monday, a suicide bomber killed at least 50.
Weekend clashes in Israel and the West Bank carried into Monday with two knife attacks.
Twenty-five years after East and West Germany reunited, barriers around the world continue to separate neighbors.
A U.S.-led coalition has apparently killed a top aide to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who himself is reportedly injured. But getting rid of the terror group will require far more.
25 years after the division of Germany's capital ended in triumph with the fall of the Berlin Wall, pessimism prevails.
The government-sponsored TV program was intended to discourage seizing foreigners. And it made me an accidental celebrity in Sanaa.
As President Obama leaves for Asia, North Korea releases Americans Kenneth Bae and Matthew from prison.
I came to Beijing to model. Then I found myself playing Miss America in Inner Mongolia.
The White House will deploy another 1,500 troops for "advise and assist" roles in the fight against the Islamic State.