The ISI isn't the only fickle friend giving American policymakers heartburn.
The situation in Algeria has only heightened concerns that a Western military intervention could transform regional militant groups into avowed enemies of the United States.
The terrorist organization has found new life in Africa.
The terrorist organization has a new stronghold and a dangerous new partner in northern Mali.
State terrorism. Human-rights abuses. Mass repression. How much do we really understand about what happened when Algeria plunged into civil war?
Protests, economic fluctuations and political unpredictability continue. This is the Arab world's new normal.
What the latest upheaval tells us about the prospects for a democratic transition.
History offers important warnings for those who think Assad will go quietly.
What last month's spontaneous protest-cum-mutiny-cum-coup in Mali tells us about the unpredictability of history.
No one is going to win in Afghanistan. In the name of stability, bargains must be struck—many of which will involve the Taliban.
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