A Brexit advocate says U.S. support for the EU fundamentally misreads what the institution has become.
The long-running cartoon’s representation of Judaism was one of the first on television.
The president’s military record, by the numbers
With its new immigration law, Denmark is once again sending a blunt message to migrants.
Why are so few Indonesians joining the Islamic State?
It’s not ISIS.
Why the Mexican Supreme Court thinks the answer is yes
Both countries host Russian naval bases. What role do ports play in Moscow’s foreign policy?
Works of art have long informed how people understand the past, and Hamilton is no exception.
It wasn’t about German nationalism, the historian Timothy Snyder argues. It was about the whole world.
Reports spread this week that the English language’s most celebrated writer might have smoked marijuana, but the fuss only reveals how little is known about the Bard of Avon.
The European Court of Human Rights says Italy must recognize same-sex unions. Will the ruling reverberate across the continent?
How the British government is addressing a global problem
The gap between countries at peace and war is widening, according to a new report.
The Taliban destroyed the ancient monuments in 2001. But they’ve been recreated with the help of lasers.
An activist has made it so in France. Could he take his campaign global?
Parsing the significance of Ed Miliband’s bacon sandwich
A Russian lawmaker thinks RT should register as a lobbyist with the U.S. government. Does he have a case?
From Arab unity to undecided voters, a few of the wild cards that might determine the next prime minister
South Korea has scrapped a law against infidelity that arose from the chaos of the Korean War.