The West will have to abandon its insistence that Assad must go, as it isn't working.
New Delhi has a strong case, but will the world listen?
The DPRK isn't crazy—its histrionics get it what it wants. What can Washington do?
The killing of an opposition leader highlights thunderous struggles within the Arab world.
PM Cameron's skeptical speech will be poorly received in Brussels, but his sentiments are hardly new.
Qaddafi’s fall initiated an unanticipated chain reaction, and Mali’s U.S.-trained army was overwhelmed by it.
Iran is but a particular manifestation of a larger problem. We will see this movie again.
The recent violence testifies to a deeper problem in post-Qaddafi Libya—and one that threatens to undo the country's significant progress.
The EU faces tough times, but comparing it to East Asia demonstrates just how stable Europe really is.
Armed militias. Tribal violence. East-West divide. Libya's future is not a bright one.
Ousting Qaddafi was the easy part. A look at the long, hard road ahead.
Another nation in shambles. Thousands dead. Over a billion spent. And not a single U.S. interest served.
The score is one for the wily colonel, zero for the world's most powerful alliance.
One fact is certain: foreign interventions end badly. Think the Balkans, Iraq, Afghanistan. Libya will be no different.
Nothing will change without war escalation—and that's a really bad idea.
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