Inside Germany’s high-stakes operation to sort people fleeing death from opportunists and pretenders
What happened to Sergei Skripal?
Over the past few weeks, I took a virtual tour with Google Earth, and now want to share some of these snapshots of the human landscape in Germany.
With a recent high-profile departure from State, there are fewer officials who have experience meeting with the North Koreans.
The new round of talks can only succeed if the Trump administration resists its own worst impulses.
Seoul wants to try diplomacy with Pyongyang. Where does that leave Washington?
Kim Jong Un’s offer of talks with the U.S. is accompanied by questions about his intentions.
Italy’s old guard is finished. But it’s not clear yet what the new guard is.
A collection of photos by and of Chris Hondros, who risked and then tragically lost his life to show the world the reality of warfare, and is now the subject of a new documentary film: Hondros.
And slowed down talk of war in Washington
The people have spoken. But what are they saying?
The annual competition just announced its shortlist of winners for 2018.
The Obama administration set out to create a future free of genocide. Does that future still have a chance?
It is far more ruthless and determined to protect its power.
The president of the United States continues to heap praise on the world's most reviled rulers.
And the Trump administration’s immigration policies are certain to make it worse.
Yascha Mounk says the rise of populism isn’t over yet.
The Idaho Republican also says there’s no “bloody nose” strategy: “What a dumb thing to do.”
Brigadier General Suheil al-Hassan has won over Putin and played a central role in the assault on eastern Ghouta.
In Zanzibar, cephalopods are getting a leg up from the Quran.
Cyril Ramaphosa has vowed to clean up the country. His early appointments send an ambiguous message about whether he can.