The Russian president is learning that it’s much easier to get into a Middle Eastern conflict than to get out of one.
The Canadian prime minister’s trip could nonetheless help him with a voting bloc he covets.
For a generation of poor, rural Chinese children, living like orphans is the price of literacy.
The youth organizations can be an incubator for the far right.
Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani may be the only man who can—but he’ll need help.
Recognizing that Americans are not the future of his religion, the late preacher embraced “the black world, the white world, the yellow world, the rich world, the poor world.”
The president’s son is selling luxury condos and making a foreign-policy speech.
A week after 17 people were murdered in a mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, teenagers across South Florida, in areas near Washington, D.C., and in other parts of the United States walked out of their classrooms to stage protests against the horror of school shootings and to advocate for gun law reforms.
Outside powers have been central to the nuclear crisis—but for a few peculiar weeks in February.
How the prime minister’s secret dealings with Arnon Mozes could spell his doom.
The preacher, dead at 99, advised presidents, mentored clergy, and influenced millions of people. Will his legacy of non-partisan outreach continue?
In Cyprus, Estonia, the United Arab Emirates, and elsewhere, passports can now be bought and sold.
As regional powers confront each other on the battlefield, Syrians keep dying.
Is a lack of meaning really worse than a lack of freedom?
Reuters photographer Stéphane Mahé visited a farmer named Jean-Bernard Huon on his farm in western France, where he deliberately lives a traditional, non-mechanized farm life.
At the Munich Security Conference, few seemed to care about the numerous security flash points around the world.
The new Mueller indictment doesn’t get at the root of the problem: the unchecked market power of social-media companies.
Last weekend’s security conference in Munich was a stark reminder that this class has nothing of substance to offer a world in turmoil.
They encourage profligate spending and help dictators burnish their prestige. Who needs them?
Obama didn’t move quickly enough. Trump doesn’t have to make the same mistake.
On domestic policy, the party is moving left. On foreign and defense policy, the party barely exists.