When the UN Security Council votes on Palestinian statehood, will the US have some backing for its expected veto? And how much longer can the US put off the unthinkable: a war with China?
Even though nine Security Council members have recognized Palestinian sovereignty, it appears increasingly unlikely that all of those would vote for the formal request.
Wednesday's debate between Republican presidential candidates revealed big differences on US military intervention abroad. Yet history shows a candidate's words may not predict his actions as president.
An exposé that sometimes overdramatizes, 'The Whistleblower' takes on sex trafficker in postwar Bosnia and official collusion.
Kathryn Bolkovac wrote "The Whistleblower" about her encounter with sex trafficking in Bosnia. Will it work as a summer movie?
Srebrenica massacre: The ruling could open the path to other compensation claims by victims who claim their male relatives should have been protected by the Dutch U.N. peacekeepers in charge of the UN 'safe zone' near Srebrenica during Bosnia's 1992-1995 war.
How – and why – reporters and aid workers survive in some of the world's most dangerous places.
The biggest criminal botnet ever identified, with millions of enslaved computers in 172 countries, now has a name of its own – and embedded within the software that created it are the names of its criminal bot masters.
Lessons from Sniper Alley in Sarajevo: It takes the military and resources to topple a dictator.