A series of op-eds, essays and commentaries on today’s biggest global news headlines.
D.C. reporters should treat their posting like they are working in a foreign bureau. It might seem like home, but the rules keep changing, and every week there’s a new crisis.
Veronique de Viguerie brings a war photographer’s eye to the battle raging in France over economic disparity.
What media theorist Marshall McLuhan would make of today's American political stars.
Journalist and former UN official Patricia Leidl on how the world has failed in its responsibility to protect the people of Yemen.
Refugees are landing on the island of Samos in staggering numbers. Once there, they face grim living conditions, local hostility, and futures of endless waiting.
Hundreds of news organizations have followed the lead of the Boston Globe, issuing editorials today calling out the U.S. President for his increasingly shrill and violent rhetoric against the press.
Since their mainstreaming with the rest of Pakistan, the people of FATA are embracing the upcoming general elections in Pakistan with unprecedented zeal and enthusiasm.
In any scenario, nothing will be the same for Turkey — either Erdoğan will continue to rule the country with more power in his hands, or Turks will give a chance for a change.
As the North Korea and US talks begin at the 2018 Singapore Summit, Don Baker reflects on the barriers to be overcome and precursors necessary to finally bring peace to the Korean Peninsula.