With Britain’s Conservatives looking fragile and disunited, a plausible successor to Theresa May waits offstage—and it isn’t Boris Johnson.
There’s more at stake than trade.
The combined might of punishing sanctions, diplomatic isolation, and even the threat of war won’t compel surrender from North Korea and Iran.
As time passes, the scale of the disaster is becoming clearer. Rescuers and aid supplies are finally reaching some of the more inaccessible and devastated areas near Palu.
Iran used the 1955 Treaty of Amity to take the U.S. to the International Court of Justice over its decision to leave the nuclear deal.
A new book probes how states and terrorists use the internet to wage war.
The U.S. has admitted only 70 of them from the Middle East, the region where they are most at risk.
Former National-Security Adviser Michael Flynn was one of the first to exploit the new battlefield that would ultimately help bring him down.
A new public-opinion survey shows just how much the U.S.’s reputation has slid around the world.
A handful of images of Mexico’s Yucatán, from jungle pyramids to peaceful beaches and more
Voters overwhelmingly backed the move to change the country’s name to the “Republic of North Macedonia”—but the victory was undermined by low turnout.
The world might protest, but ultimately countries have to deal with the U.S.
On September 28, a magnitude 7.5 earthquake struck Indonesia’s Sulawesi island, triggering a localized tsunami, killing hundreds.
Instead, the Trump administration is allowing Saudi Arabia’s rivalry with Iran to dictate its policy in the region.
If 2017 was the year he stormed the UN, 2018 was the year the institution got used to it.
The Conservatives’ problems are an opportunity for a united opposition to step up. But the U.K. doesn’t have a united opposition.
The “supreme ordeal” of the Kavanaugh hearings dominated headlines beyond the United States.
Continued flooding from Hurricane Florence, a water landing in Micronesia, fall colors in Wales, preserving a Communist monument in Bulgaria, emotional confirmation hearings in Washington, and much more
The former champion of democracy and human rights now tours the globe excusing the government’s record of atrocity.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford is unleashing the specter of authoritarianism and challenging the rule of law.