Words can sometimes fail you. So here's a guide to insults through body language.
Japan's cities have been devastated time and again, but the nation's people have always rebuilt stronger
More cables that the State Department really, really doesn't want you to see
The Atlantic national correspondent also talks about Barack Obama's recent trip and why he'd love to live in Zanzibar
The novelist discusses his latest book, 'The Imperfectionists'
Robert D. Kaplan talks to James Gibney about Kissinger, Iran, North Korea, and the right way to think about the prospect of a limited nuclear exchange
The tactic of using U.S. foreign aid to promote a lasting peace in the Middle East has not only failed, but has also sucked up scarce resources. U.S. foreign aid shouldn't be like a long-term, fixed-rate mortgage agreement. For larger strategic reasons, we should flat out cut aid to both countries and redirect the money toward other goals that have gone neglected.
Max Boot and Paul Wolfowitz do their best to walk away from history.
North Korea plans to launch a missile test this week. Here's why we shouldn't just shoot the sucker down.
Despite a week of disappointments, Central and Eastern Europe might not be in such bad shape after all.