Paramilitary violence threatens efforts to end Colombia's 52-year civil war. Time to demand the U.S. government no longer support them.
As the dust settles from the Turkish coup, there are obvious winners and losers, but predicting things in the Middle East these days is a tricky business.
Recent events combined with historical strains reaching back 60 years have turned the western Pacific into one of the most hazardous spots on the globe.
Report on the UK's role in ginning up the Iraq war is damning, but doesn't go far enough in condemning the killing of Iraqi civilians.
This date marked an attempt to kill Adolf Hitler and overthrow the Third Reich. That too should be remembered.
The defeat of the coup alone does not mean that Turkey has a democracy.
NATO recently wrapped up the largest war games in Eastern Europe since World War II. Some say the alliance's actions are pushing Europe toward a new Cold War.
On June 11, 5,000 people came by bus, train, car, a few by bicycle, defying nasty weather to circle the Ramstein Air Base and demand it's closing.
Seventy-five years ago this week, in Operation Barbarossa, German forces suddenly invaded the Soviet Union.
Most alarming, since Germany is the strongest, most central European country, is the strength of its far-right Alternative for Germany.