The IRA. Basque separatists. Black September. And now, ISIS. Can Europe use the lessons of the past to defeat the terror of today?
Britain has its second-ever female prime minister. And people can’t help invoking the first.
In an exclusive interview, the head of the Gulenist movement speaks on anti-Semitism, his particular brand of Islam, and why he's been in hiding for 14 years.
The Egyptian president has been promised $5 billion in loans from his biggest Arab backers, but the money won't stave off disaster in the country for long.
The war took its toll in blood and money, but it also damaged American diplomacy.
Thoughts on the similarities between Carrie Bradshaw and Hannah Horvath
It's a mistake to portray female correspondents as more inexperienced or prone to being attacked.
Keeping U.S. troops in Iraq longer would have been unlikely to prevent the country's majority sect from dominating its fragile -- and decreasingly democratic -- institutions
If the Libyans want to be part of the democratic world, they will have to hold such behavior to account
Washington's latest crisis is over, as the president signs into law a bill to raise the debt ceiling and avoid default
It isn't just people who are dying in Afghanistan. So is an entire concept of war.