U.S. psychologists cast ethics aside when they forged relationships with the state to aid in torture.
The international community should accept that a centralized state structure cannot be reconstituted within the borders of what used to be Somalia.
The resumption of contact between Washington and Pyongyang will not likely yield immediate results, but the United States can still take certain steps to improve relations now.
A poem about Gaza asks whether there is a poem in Gaza that hasn't been written?
Are the changes in Tunisia deep and enduring, or simply cosmetic?
Planners in the Egyptian military want to boost the old defense-industrial complex by cultivating new smaller scale projects that partner the Egyptian armed forces with a diverse portfolio of second- and third-tier foreign defense manufacturers.
President Obama's new budget requests an increase in State Department funding, but simultaneously decreases funds vital for humanitarian, health, and other aid groups.
The presence of military bases in Japan has been a strong cause of unrest and outspoken frustation.
The West's sanctions on Iran are hurting the country's middle class and marginalizing the country's pragmatists. But they can neither cripple Iran's economy nor halt its nuclear program.
As global warming takes its toll on the South China Sea, an already tense political climate could become more perilous.