Stories about Foreign Correspondent

Trump: The sudden anti-war champion?

Sorting out the president's impetuous moves in Syria and Afghanistan

Sex, Russia, and impeachment

Blaming Trump's victory on Russia is not a smart narrative for Democrats, and could backfire.

Senate tumult reflects popular discontent with Yemen War

International relief organizations consider the conflict the world's worst humanitarian crisis. Now, it seems, the US is paying attention.

Israel loses politically in Gaza battle

Military power won't win this war; there has to be a solution that recognizes Palestinian rights to land.

Murder of Saudi journalist builds opposition to Yemen war

Mid-term elections could reverse Trump policies

What the Khashoggi case tells us about terrorism

Violence is only a big issue when it's done by our enemies.

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