The US must see through the rising nuclear threats and help North Koreans realize their regime is living a lie of self-sufficiency. No country is an island in an age of cooperation in markets, defense, and international norms.
Reforms since the tribal-fueled violence of the 2007 election should help Kenya set an example for a continent in need of fair and peaceful elections.
To counter Moscow’s aggression, whether in elections or in Ukraine, requires the same mix of deterrence, restraint, and patience that won the cold war.
Local residents in Gatlinburg, Tenn. have been buoyed by the legions of volunteers who have descended on the place with their good intentions and growling circular saws.
A roundup of global commentary for the Aug. 7, 2017 weekly magazine.
Letters to the editor for the Aug. 7, 2017 weekly magazine.
Arizona Sen. John McCain's speech prompted us to ask you – our readers – how you would define winning in the political realm.
To piece this country back together and end its role in terrorism and migration to Europe, the United Nations has sent an envoy to listen to Libyans who want to reconcile. For many nations split apart – or forming – listening is a primary path to a peaceful outcome.
As the Maduro regime loses legitimacy, the democratic opposition lays claim to it, even trying to form a parallel government. This contest can end if leaders understand the sources of legitimacy.
As this gaming industry grows, more states ask if it is worth probing how much players rely on skill versus chance. A Massachusetts panel has given good advice.
A new law in Tunisia sets a regional standard by granting better protection for abused women. It reflects a steady shift in the Middle East toward gender equality.
A US program that pays for tips on company fraud helps highlight the role of employees as guardians of their firm's integrity.