After the Conservative party conference, a reminder how different Britain’s Tories are from their right-wing American counterparts
The Israelis may be trying to make military action seem more palatable to the Administration, but diplomacy and sanctions will likely remain Washington’s focus well into next year
The leader of the 1.2 million strong Baggara believes in an eventual resurgence despite the Assad regime’s systematic destruction of the underpinnings of tribal society
On deck for Wednesday: The Italian government fires an entire city council for suspected ties with the mafia, the IMF lowers its global growth forecast, and the U.S. military reportedly gets more involved in the Syria crisis.
Tribes dominate the rich agricultural belt that is now a huge prize in the battle for Syria. Can they affect the tide of battle?
The German Chancellor hasn’t given up on her austerity push, but she isn’t about to show Greece the E.U. door
The Mexican government claims it killed Heriberto Lazcano, leader of the monstrous Zetas drug gang, but its bungled handling of the kingpin’s corpse undermines what should have been a triumph
The British High Court ruling on Friday allowing three elderly Kenyans to sue the British government for colonial-era abuses represents a watershed moment in British imperial history, and the possibility for further claims from …
The U.K.’s public broadcaster is under pressure as women say a recently deceased children’s entertainer abused them as children
A congressional committee warned U.S. companies against dealing with two prominent Chinese firms whose products could compromise national security
The Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility for a hideous attack on a young schoolgirl they deemed “an infidel” for championing her right to go to school
Even as Latin American countries are at the forefront of the war against narcotraffickers, they are also pushing alternative strategies — including the legalization of drugs, particularly marijuana
On deck for Tuesday: Experts say sub-Saharan Africa could produce a lot more wheat to improve food security, German Chancellor Angela Merkel visits Greece and North Korea claims to have missiles capable of reaching the American mainland.