Putin’s use of force in Crimea undermines a key post-Cold War agreement on the denuclearization of Ukraine.
This is Damascus, last month. And these are Palestinian refugees lining up for food.
A new Obama administration foreign policy post is attracting some controversy. It's really about getting the best people onboard.
Truth is a mutable concept when it comes to war photography.
How the Syrian regime is using starvation as a weapon
On June 16, 2012, a collection of videos from Syria were posted to YouTube. In them, a shaky cell phone camera pans across the inside of a bakery in Farhaniyeh, a village in the province of Homs. Plump white rolls of risen dough seem to glow in the dim interior. More dough sits in a mixer. Birds chirp outside.
Aerial bombing has forced hundred of thousands of refugees out of Aleppo in recent weeks. The razing of the city is brutal, but it might be part of a larger, even more sinister scheme.
Since the Syrian conflict began, only 10,000 of millions of refugees have been resettled formally in western countries. What's happened to the rest?
When an American president says that a foreign leader must go, that conveys a commitment to doing something about it.
Obama says he considers foreign policy in its particulars. But that's not the case with Syria.
Wonder where Rick Santorum stands on Syria? Just check where President Obama is, and assume the opposite.