Regions / Europe & Central Asia
For an administration marked its nuanced policies, virtually every decision the White House has made on Afghanistan has been a disaster.
Exceptions made for U.S. involvement in night raids emphasize its continuing influence in Afghanistan.
The war that tore apart Bosnia and Herzegovina ended in 1995. But many people, especially women, still await justice.
During the crusades, the fields were "bedewed" with Muslim blood.
The chief Afghan investigator agrees that Staff Sgt. Robert Bales was the sole killer of 17 Afghan civilians.
Thanks to rules and historical accounts in the Old Testament, early Christians found the justification and precedents they needed to kill Muslims en masse.
The 17-year Army veteran risked his career by speaking out about the Afghanistan War.
The nomination of Jim Yong Kim to lead the World Bank meets with the approval of many opposed to globalization.
Conservatives jumped all over President Obama's open-mic remarks to Russian President Medvedev at the Seoul Nuclear Security Summit.
Many white Americans fear "population control" lest the world be overrun by madly procreating Muslims.