Henry Kissinger, the polarizing 98-year-old former secretary of state who played a pivotal role in orchestrating American détente with the Soviet Union, has this advice for Ukraine: Cede territory to make peace with Russia. Speaking via video link to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Monday, Mr. KissingerContinue Reading

WASHINGTON — Tom Perriello saw it coming but could do nothing to stop it. André Kapanga too. Despite urgent emails, phone calls and personal pleas, they watched helplessly as a company backed by the Chinese government took ownership from the Americans of one of the world’s largest cobalt mines. ItContinue Reading

WASHINGTON — Tom Perriello saw it coming but could do nothing to stop it. André Kapanga too. Despite urgent emails, phone calls and personal pleas, they watched helplessly as a company backed by the Chinese government took ownership from the Americans of one of the world’s largest cobalt mines. ItContinue Reading

For more than a century, the annual announcement of the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize has generated global fascination, making the award a byword for selflessness and integrity. Some of the Norwegian Nobel Committee’s selections, however, have also created controversies that have cast a shadow over the award. InContinue Reading