Ottawa’s ability to balance its interests and partners offers lessons for London.
Migration can be driven both by a richer country’s doing, as well as a poorer one’s undoing.
America's wars wouldn’t be possible without contractors, but presidents usually ignore the thousands who have died.
The president, however inadvertently, may be reminding the world of the reality of international relations.
A bull-taming festival in India, icy purification in Tokyo, locusts in Ethiopia, illuminated hats in Switzerland, a coming-of-age ceremony in Tokyo, bushfires in Australia, and much more.
Policing correct female behavior keeps all women in their place.
Images of some of the 560 competitors taking part in a 12-day, 4,660-mile (7,500-kilometer) off-roading adventure held entirely in Saudi Arabia this year.
The candidates agree that Donald Trump has gutted traditional American foreign policy. Where they diverge is in how to respond to that destruction.
For autocratic regimes, foreign sympathy for demonstrations is akin to intervention.
Some of the top images from the 16 categories of underwater photography in this year’s competition.
The accidental shoot-down of the Ukrainian passenger jet is a glaring example of how the conflict between the U.S. and Iran can spiral out of control even when neither party wants it to.
The killing of Qassem Soleimani was a monumental blow to the country’s regional ambitions. It could be about to go back to basics in its response.
Hundreds of thousands of residents within a 10-mile radius of the volcano are now being evacuated.
Social media is distorting our sense of mainstream opinion.
Academic institutions must grapple with the question of when engagement becomes complicity.
The couple have committed Britain’s greatest possible sin.
Wildfires in Australia, an earthquake in Puerto Rico, Texas Longhorns in Denver, a volcanic eruption in Mexico, the Dakar Rally in Saudi Arabia, and much more.
Volunteers and crews from Australia’s National Parks and Wildlife Service have been doing what they can to help some of the kangaroos, koalas, lizards, and birds that can be rescued and treated.
We’ve gone from the first decade since the advent of the atomic age to not yield a new nuclear-weapons state to the brink of war between the U.S. and Iran.
Their decision to “step back” from the royal family reflects their distaste for the British press.