Susan Caskie is The Week's international editor and was a member of the team that launched The Week's U.S. print edition. She has worked for Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, Transitions magazine, and UN Wire, and reads a bunch of languages.
The tragic price of ivory
Why taking out the Pakistani Taliban's leader could be a mistake
The rise of youth suicide in China
What's the proper way to bury a Nazi?
Why it matters that Obama is skipping his trip to Asia
The most dangerous routes into Europe
Why the U.S. government is shut down: 5 theories from abroad
The most interesting political race you’re not following
Will Obama strike Syria even if Congress votes no?
How a terrorist attack hurts the cause of Egypt's Islamists