Ending both the Syrian war and the Islamic State will require cooperation unseen since 1945.
Many cities and states won’t be able to make good on the promises they’ve made to their workers.
Britain raises military spending and creates two new strike brigades to respond to diverse threats.
Public buildings, synagogues and subways are shut in Belgium’s capital as authorities fear a terror attack.
Confronted with the evil of Islamic terrorism, Britain’s Labour Party leader doesn’t know what to do.
Turkey’s priorities are suppressing Kurdish nationalism and toppling Bashar Assad in Syria.
The economic news coming out of Brazil keeps getting worse. Politicians seem unsure what to do.
Politicians thumping their chests are letting the shock of the attacks in Paris cloud their judgement.
Americans are no more interested in another Middle Eastern war than they were a week ago.
Geography helps explain the complicated history between Europe and the Middle East.
Belgium unveils additional counterterrorism measures in the wake of recent attacks in France.
Belgium and the Netherlands seek to redesign the European Union’s free-travel arrangements.