Turkey is America's NATO partner. Israel is its favorite ally. Which will the U.S. choose to protect?
The news from Athens gets worse and worse. It's time to treat the disease, not just the symptoms.
As Israeli-Turkish relations settle into a deep freeze, Athens cozies up to Jerusalem.
The EU has hit a rough patch. Only Germany can save it.
Nepotism. Brutality. Treachery. The Assads would be right at home in the world of the infamous Italian ruling family.
R. J. B. Bosworth’s most recent tome navigates the changing politics and identity of Rome, from papal preserve to Fascist enclave to republican capital, deftly illustrating that the Eternal City is forever a work in progress.
As Greece falls, so too does the dream of a Europe that could stand toe to toe with America.
If the best you can argue about your hero is "he didn't really murder all that many people," then it's
not very firm ground to stand on.
A famous historian and legendary professor hid his radically anti-Zionist past.
Will Libya remain a state?
There is no multilateral mission in Libya. America's been conned into protecting European national interests.
Most terrorist groups—vide the ETA, IRA and Hamas—have strategic incentives to get out of the terrorism business. Easier said than done.
The WikiLeaks reveal the disturbingly (and at times embarrassingly) long reach of organized crime in Russia and its neighbors.
Small allies like Greece understandably want to curry favor with America. But the benefits of U.S. protection aren't free.
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