The U.S. must understand the complex dynamics of the issue before it can begin to formulate a policy on the Kurds.
Putin's attempts to bolster regional ties have many in the West concerned.
Bloody insurgent attacks. Grisly and embarrasing American mistakes. Washington is reliving the same story over and over again.
It may not be a rebirth of the USSR, but Putin's vision of a Eurasian union could make Moscow the center of an economic powerhouse.
Erdogan's attempt to invoke NATO's famous Article 5 undermines the alliance's very foundations.
The Kazakh ambassador argues that his government is making serious efforts to be open and transparent.
Fearmongering about nuclear-arms races has been wrong before, and it's wrong now on Iran.
What last month's spontaneous protest-cum-mutiny-cum-coup in Mali tells us about the unpredictability of history.
The idea of a rapid proliferation of nuclear weapons in the Middle East is just the latest manifestation of an earlier domino theory, Cold War visual imagery of red paint oozing over the globe.
U.S. withdrawal could bring a new Afghan civil war—or worse, the division of Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Erdogan has been called everything from Islamist terrorist to ally. Washington must figure out where it stands on Ankara.
Calls to remove all U.S. troops from Afghanistan are irresponsible and misleading. The two countries have much to gain from a lasting partnership.
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