People carry portraits of World War II soldiers during the immortal regiment march, in which Russia marks the 73rd anniversary of the Soviet Union's victory over Nazi Germany, in downtown Saint Petersburg on May 9th, 2018.
As food and water sources become threatened by changing weather patterns, experts say these are the areas most susceptible to instability and bloodshed.
A mass march takes place in Kiev, Ukraine, on January 29th, 2018, to mark the 100th anniversary of a battle near the the small Ukrainian city of Kruty.
The news hints that we are getting closer to Armageddon—but some say we are more peaceful now than in the past. How do we make sense of this contradiction?
For certain companies, there's a logic behind the call for more war: money.
After more than two peripatetic decades of assignments in the Balkans, Lebanon, Palestine, and Afghanistan, among many other places of conflict, photographer Paolo Pellegrin is still out there.
How nine photographers navigated floods, rubble, and suspicions of espionage to capture some of the most striking images of the last half-century.
How were thousands of Afghan refugees all born on January 1st? The answer lies at the intersection of warfare and the digital age.
The Kabul Zoo is an oasis of green in a dusty city still lying in rubble. It’s also challenging the international community’s perception of what carrying on with life looks like in a war zone.
An early look at a Pacific Standard story that's currently only available to subscribers.
The special inspector general for Afghanistan reconstruction has labeled yet another project in danger of failing. This time its U.S. plans to develop the country’s oil, gas, and minerals industries.
New research finds thoughts of religion lead us to view potential enemies as less formidable.