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.
The country has driven investment to new places. Yet that growth has also brought risks for Beijing.
Tehran’s immediate retaliation for Qassem Soleimani’s killing could be an opportunity for both sides to de-escalate. Will Trump take it?
For decades, British leaders have sought to balance ties with the United States and Europe. Qassem Soleimani’s killing illustrates why that is no longer viable.
Responding to mass demonstrations with violence doesn’t always lead to the desired results.
The consequences of these decisions will extend far beyond the region itself.
Images from parts of hard-hit Australia, still caught in a months-long wildfire disaster
The political movement defined democracies around the globe in the 2010s. It’s not going anywhere.
The Iranian general helped get hundreds of Americans killed—through two administrations. Both declined to kill him.
Here’s what to expect after the U.S. killing of Iran’s most powerful military commander.
In much of the Middle East, and even in Iran, the military commander was feared, and his death has been greeted with elation.