With former Liberian militia leader Jucontee Thomas Woewiyu soon to be sentenced, others like him remain unprosecuted in the U.S.—even living alongside their victims.
In conservative Prince Edward Island, governed by establishment parties for over a hundred years, the Green Party has suddenly become a major player. What changed?
After the Christchurch shootings, Australia passed a law imposing harsh penalties on tech platforms that don't remove certain types of content. Should the U.S. do the same?
The run-off between incumbent Petro Poroshenko and comedian Volodymyr Zelenskiy, Ukraine-watchers say, is part of a struggle going back years.
The former Peruvian president, who killed himself on Wednesday, was among a broader trend of leftist leaders drifting toward the center—and toward corruption.
As the country heads to the polls, the current prime minister is declaring victory in his "Clean India" campaign. His party still won't acknowledge that the real problem is inequality.
The Trump administration's new NAFTA revisions and a labor-friendly Mexican president could turn unexpected strikes on the border into a movement that transforms both countries.