Even if most people can’t exactly summon outrage over the revelations, might they still lead to change? After all the fuss, is anyone likely to get hurt?
From time to time, foreign correspondents will find themselves writing about someone they loathe. For me, Radovan Karadzic was that guy.
Belgium has long been recognized as a weak link in Europe’s effort to crack down on jihadi networks.
A decrepit state-run economy is rarely dismantled without a lot of dislocation, corruption and unhappiness.
The current situation could be politically perilous for Israel, which some believe could lead it right back to a two-state solution.
Clinton’s judgement about Libya illustrates the uncertainties and conflicting pressures any U.S. leader faces in a time of crisis — and the consequences of getting it wrong.
Four months ahead of the referendum, UK voters are closely divided over whether to leave the EU.
Just as it has back home, the prospect of Trump gaining the White House has gotten a huge amount of attention in Europe.
The question is whether Putin can squeeze enough benefit out of his international moves to offset the rot in his own back yard.
Due to the refugee crisis, there now is open talk in Germany – and throughout Europe – about whether Angela Merkel can survive politically.
It’s a theoretical argument, but it has real consequences.
While Iran’s not exactly a democracy, its politics are diverse and free-wheeling.
Penn, who allowed Guzmán to read the interview before it was published, never challenged one of the world’s most wanted men to answer for the lives he has destroyed.
The approaches that work elsewhere haven’t worked with North Korea. And there are few alternatives.
The execution of 47 prisoners — including that of Shiite cleric Sheik Nimr al-Nimr — was aimed as much at Sunni Muslims inside Saudi Arabia as Shiite Iran.
Yes, there has been some good news in 2015. Plenty of it, actually.
It’s a major achievement to forge a consensus of every government in the world on anything.
At minimum, a significant number of South Americans are pausing to reconsider the road they’ve been on for years.
India is subject to all the crosscurrents that make the issue so difficult for the Paris negotiating teams, and their bosses back home.
While the Islamic State is likely to be diminished in the long run, it will take more than just arms. In the meantime, more innocent people will die.