As regional powers confront each other on the battlefield, Syrians keep dying.
The country is not getting all the money it’s asking for, which is probably just as well.
The origin of the Russian “troll farm” that allegedly targeted America’s 2016 presidential election.
But they also have fewer gun-related deaths than the U.S.
The grim post-ISIS future
Israeli police say the country’s prime minister should be charged with bribery and fraud. He insists he’s innocent—and promises to stay in power.
A dictator’s sister gets positive reviews at the Olympics.
With no great-power rivalry, what’s the point?
Displays of weaponry in Washington are rare, unlike in other capitals.
The goal of negotiating with the Taliban is at odds with President Trump’s statements.
Neither the threat of U.S. action nor an Obama-era agreement appears to deter Bashar al-Assad.
It’s using economic leverage to pull the region into its orbit.
Tom Shannon’s departure leaves just one career ambassador at the beleaguered agency.
Qatar's isolation means Washington gets concessions.
And the war keeps going
The killing of 95 people in Kabul shows the group's continued ability to strike at the heart of Afghanistan. What does that mean for Donald Trump's strategy there?
A protectionist president extols “fair” global trade.
Violent protests over Padmaavat, a Bollywood epic, reflect the country’s history of flirting with censorship.
And it puts NATO's two largest militaries on opposite sides.
How much do the Olympics matter in a nuclear crisis?