July 26 2014 12:18 PMThe Week in PhotosA spotlight on the aftermath of MH17 and the conflict in Gaza.
July 24 2014 6:43 PMPutin’s PalStephen Cohen was once considered a top Russia historian. Now he publishes odd defenses of Vladimir Putin. The Nation just published his most outrageous one yet.
July 23 2014 5:47 PMPutin Isn’t PanickingThe Flight 17 disaster is just one misstep in the Russian president’s wider war on the West.
July 18 2014 1:00 PMThe End of the Russian Fairy TaleThe downing of the Malaysia Airlines passenger plane has exposed the chaos in Ukraine as a real war. 
July 11 2014 8:00 PMWelcome to Free KievAs Russia becomes more oppressive, émigrés are seeking refuge in Ukraine’s capital.
June 18 2014 11:54 PMThe Trouble With “Breakout Capacity”How a widely misunderstood term could doom the Iran nuclear negotiations.
June 13 2014 11:06 AMThe State of TerrorWe think of terrorist outfits like ISIS as nonstate actors. But what happens when terrorists carve themselves a state?
June 2 2014 5:03 PMWhat Israel Can Teach Us About BergdahlIsrael swaps thousands of Palestinian prisoners to get back captive soldiers. Here is the price it pays for those exchanges. 
May 22 2014 1:26 PMUkraine’s Zombie RevolutionThe Donetsk People’s Republic is a Soviet zombie state propped up within Ukraine’s borders.
May 9 2014 5:18 PM“In This Very Dangerous World, You Have to Be Strong”An interview with French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius.
May 1 2014 8:01 PMSanctioning WeaknessThe West can no longer afford to be reactive and tardy in its strategic thinking.
April 30 2014 2:58 PM“The Russian Threat Is a Reality”An interview with Romanian Foreign Minister Titus Corlatean.
April 25 2014 9:01 AM“This Is a Fight for Ukrainian Freedom”An interview with leading Ukrainian presidential candidate Petro Poroshenko.
April 18 2014 1:37 PM“The Risks Are Enormous”Polish Foreign Minister Radek Sikorski on Putin’s reckless course.
April 16 2014 6:10 PMPutin’s New Kind of WarForget D-Day or “shock and awe.” The Kremlin is reinventing invasions with thugs, criminals, and lies.
July 25 2014 9:30 PMRussia’s Corrupt Chokehold on EuropeHow Russia uses its money and energy muscle to keep Europe weak and divided.
July 24 2014 6:11 PMIsrael’s Media BlackoutWhy aren’t Israeli journalists questioning their military’s devastation in Gaza?
July 23 2014 12:36 PMI Do Not Want to Be a NumberThe missiles raining on Gaza are reducing once beautiful lives to no more than digits. It happens in an instant, and the thought drives you mad.
July 15 2014 12:06 PMWhy I Object to Israel’s Military CampaignEven as Hamas fires missiles at my city.
July 9 2014 1:59 PMGaza, AgainThe current Hamas–Israel battle will end like all the others.
June 15 2014 11:03 PMRed Guard ReunionMao nearly destroyed their lives, but the class of 1967 still can’t criticize the icon.
June 12 2014 8:00 PMDemocracy’s Last World Cup?The cost and corruption that come with the games make them appealing to dictators, not democracies.
May 30 2014 1:40 PMA Tale of Two EuropesUkraine is desperate to escape what Europe’s far-right wants to become. 
May 15 2014 8:00 PMDictatorship DoublespeakWhy the authoritarian critique of Western democracy misses the mark.
May 2 2014 3:37 PMPutin the PredictableThe Russian leader follows a consistent strategy. First he condemns. Then he copies.
May 1 2014 1:26 PMWhy Does Erykah Badu Perform for Dictators?
April 28 2014 5:59 PMWhy Fear Boko HaramThe Nigerian militant group abducted 234 teenage girls two weeks ago. That’s just the beginning.
April 24 2014 5:13 PM“The Primary Task Is to Survive”An interview with Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk.
April 17 2014 6:46 PMPutin Went on TV for Four Hours and Lied
April 9 2014 5:16 PMWhere Were We When Rwanda Needed Us Most?An aid worker reflects on how the war-torn country was failed by those who promised to save it.