The WHO stops just short of declaring an ongoing Ebola outbreak a global health crisis.
Iran’s Supreme Leader rejected the prospect of talks with the U.S. on Thursday, upending a diplomatic visit by Japan's prime minister.
Thousands of protesters clogged Hong Kong on Wednesday, battling police in a desperate effort to block an extradition bill that hands broad new powers to China.
A new video game aims to avert nuclear war by making diplomatic simulations cheaper and easier to run.
Sudan's diverse and historic pro-democracy protest movement faces a new test after the departure of long-time President Omar al-Bashir: getting rid of military leaders.
The new members of the U.N. Security Council are likely to amplify geopolitical divisions already impeding agreement on the world's crises.
The U.S. is reportedly preparing a more than $2 billion arms sale to Taiwan in a move likely to provoke tensions with China amid an ongoing trade spat.
The world’s most neglected displacement crises are all in Central Africa, according to a new report issued by the Norwegian Refugee Council.
Did E.U. leaders commit 'crimes against humanity' by limiting search and rescue operations in the Mediterranean? A new claim before the ICC says yes.
The Balkan nation of North Macedonia took a step toward joining NATO on Monday. What would that mean for Europe, the U.S. and Russia?
While Mexico is responding cautiously to President Trump's latest tariff threat, that could change if the country's migration efforts remain unacknowledged.
Israelis will head to the polls again in September after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu failed to build a ruling government after an April vote.
The U.N. kicked off a Decade of Family Farming on Wednesday, praising small farms as key to a sustainable future and pushing governments to connect them with social services, financing and greater market access.
Just ten countries and territories are responsible for more than half of the world’s corporate tax avoidance, according to a new report released Tuesday by the U.K. non-profit Tax Justice Network.
Could this weekend's European Parliament elections mark a high point for right-wing populism on the continent?
'There were expectations he would win the election again, but the scale of the victory has surprised a lot of people,' says Brookings India's Dhruva Jaishankar.
British Prime Minister Theresa May's latest Brexit proposal is running into stiff opposition in parliament.
Trade tensions, geopolitical uncertainty and costly natural disasters took a beating on 2019 GDP projections in a new U.N. report.
The US will host a foreign investment conference for Palestine next month, a prelude to the unveiling of a Mideast peace plan.
The UN warned Friday that fighting in Idlib, Syria risks provoking the "worst humanitarian tragedy of the 21st century."
Candidates vying to lead the E.U. agree that the continent has a populist problem. Now how will they fix it?
Duke's Bruce Jentleson says Russia's disruptive foreign policy is succeeding, with the US stymied in Venezuela and risking conflict with Iran.
Saudi Arabia blamed Houthi rebels in Yemen for a series of drone attacks against Saudi oil facilities on Tuesday, a day after ships carrying Saudi oil were attacked off the coast of the United Arab Emirates.
U.S.-China trade tensions showed no sign of abating on Monday, as China announced that new tariffs would be placed on 5,000 different American products on June 1st unless a trade deal is reached before then.