The U.S. president's announcement last week endorsing Israel's claim to the Golan Heights is another contribution to the erosion of international law.
The perpetrators of atrocities want to cause mayhem and kill, but they also seek fame and notoriety. They must be denied that spotlight.
America's endless political battle over Russiagate is eclipsing other important national and international matters.
Look for Kim to play the Russia card to ratchet up pressure on U.S. and South Korea.
The government can and should do more to prevent disasters from killing people who survive the initial danger.
Add local politics to the host of challenges confronting many of Japan's regions.
Instead of simply offering free preschool education and day care services, the government needs to take further steps to make sure that the services are available to all families that need them.
China's top leader will face his first real test as a leader as the country confronts powerful headwinds.
Relief measures for the victims of forced sterilization should be promptly taken; their plight had already been left unattended for too long.
We must all stand with New Zealand, and against the ignorant hatred that motivated last week's attacks.
Urgent steps must be taken against piracy websites, but caution is also needed in introducing broad regulations that could have various side effects on internet activities.
Given the certainty of devastating quakes hitting Japan, we must do everything we can to be better prepared.
British lawmakers seem to think they hold all the cards in this situation and the EU will meekly acquiesce to whatever they want. They're wrong.
The World Wide Web's inventor has embarked on new initiatives to reclaim its original promise. It is a fight we should support.
Plenty of hard work still lies ahead for the military-backed Palang Pracharath Party.
The summary of the Mueller report shows the president's campaign didn't close the loop as Russians tried to manipulate the election.
Americans now broadly support government programs that would be considered socialism in other countries.
Beijing is now consolidating its gains and its control in the contested region.
to stay relevant, the World Bank needs to blend financing with its expertise in problems of rapid urbanization, alarming demographic shifts and rising income disparities.
A correlation between ill health and eating eggs doesn't actually tell us much.
Atrocities committed by white supremacists are not isolated attacks. They're part of a broader pattern of far-right terrorism, and they demand a response on par with all other counterterrorism efforts.