Regions / Europe & Central Asia
Bulgaria’s “case of the 13 imams” is a test of the limits of religious freedom on the eastern edge of the European Union.
Rajiv Chandrasekaran's new book, Little America: The War within the War for Afghanistan, details the bureaucratic infighting that sunk America's war in Afghanistan.
But the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi provide a key platform to repeal Russian laws against gays.
Philanthropists use microlending and financial literacy programs to conscript world’s poor into the service of free markets.
The unrest gripping Turkey has less to do with Islam than with the AKP’s policies of privatization, its push to centralize authority in the hands of the country’s executive branch, and its silencing of the media.
Oddly, the speed of the high-performance Alvia S730 wasn’t continuously monitored.
Action-oriented, the Slovenia Occupy movement didn’t get mired in debate.
How chance encounters with pimps, prostitutes, and black marketeers make unplanned travels worthwhile.
NSA spying is sullying Washington's relationship with nearly every one of its global partners and competitors.
Responding to a cyber attack with nuclear weapons, incredible as it sounds, may be “on the table.”