Stories about Foreign Correspondent

Assassination of Philippine leader 35 years ago holds lessons for today

Aquino's death set in place a people's revolution in a country once again controlled by an authoritarian ruler.

Chairman John Bolton takes over North Korea

The US had no choice -- after all, we couldn't allow the people of the Korean Peninsula to solve their own problems

The complex politics of Myanmar …

...and why the US should help the refugees but avoid sanctions

What 15 years of war has brought us: Angry Iraqis

A fortune in military spending. Years of bad policy. And now the Iraqis hate the US

Foreign Correspondent: Trump in Afghanistan

President boasts of accomplishments -- but not in a country where he's expanding a failed US war.

Why Trump will lose the trade war with China

The tariffs and sanctions are going to hurt everyone, in China, Mexico, Canada ... and the US

Netanyahu, Putin, and Trump — jockeying for power in Syria

Foreign Correspondent: While foreign powers continue their squabbles, Syrian civilians pay the price.

Foreign Correspondent: A political landslide in Mexico

On Sunday, democratic socialist Andrés Manuel López Obrador received a stunning 53 percent of the presidential vote, transforming the political landscape.

The North Korea summit: We have been here before

Why Washington hawks will block any real peace agreement -- as they always have in the past

Foreign Correspondent: The politics behind the Gaza protests

A look inside the uprising -- and a case for the only viable two-state solution