Charlie Hebdo Prints 5 Million CopiesBreaks record set by Charles de Gaulle’s death—the subject of its joke of origin.
Europe’s Brutal TruthEuropeans are both too Islamophobic and too timid to face up to the roots of Islamic fundamentalism.
Played for a FoolThe Sony hacking story has unfolded just as North Korea’s propagandists would have wanted.
The Trolls Among UsIf you want to comment on this article, you shouldn’t be allowed to be anonymous.
Why Germans Want to Change the SubjectThey’d rather debate the future of processed food than acknowledge Putin’s military aggression.
White FlightAmerica’s white supremacists are ignored at home. So they are looking to start over with a little help from Europe’s far right.
Would an Iranian Nuclear Deal Be Good for Human Rights?Maybe. But a breakdown in talks could usher in another brutal crackdown.
Eight Lessons From the Charlie Hebdo AttackWhat we’ve learned from the worst terrorist attack in France in more than 50 years.
Understanding Charlie HebdoYes, its depictions of Islam can be odious. But they belong to a tradition that’s as French as Champagne.
The Charlie Hebdo EffectAnti-Muslim sentiment in Germany was already roiling. The Paris terrorist attack will make it much worse.
Disgracing IslamIslamic terrorists think they are avenging the caricature of their faith. Actually, they are the caricature.
North Korea’s True CrimesThe United States has sanctioned Pyongyang for hacking Sony. What about its responsibility for killing millions of people?
Teaching Essay Writing in PyongyangI taught English to college students in North Korea. They struggled with the concept of an essay.
Putin’s Chosen PeopleWhat’s behind the Russian president’s close relationship with an Orthodox Jewish sect?
Putin the PariahThe Russian president is isolated, shunned, and ignored. And that makes him even more dangerous.
Slate Voice: “Russia Gets Religion”From Moscow, Josh Keating reports on a religious revival in Putin’s Russia.
Distrust and VerifyWhy Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s obstacles to a nuclear deal are surprisingly similar to President Obama’s.
“The Japan-U.S. Alliance Is the Cornerstone of Japanese Diplomacy and Foreign Relations”An interview with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.