"University of Medical Sciences and Technology is becoming known as a recruiting ground because the students are perfect for the ISIS agenda..."
"If regional trends continue on their recent course, Algeria could become a last line of defense against the chaos that has engulfed Libya and threatened the whole region."
". . . [W]ith the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan being far less demanding than they were before, the United States now has the opportunity to contribute more meaningfully to Africa's security."
The George W. Bush administration's approach to Georgia in 2008 could work well for the Obama administration in 2015.
When it comes to the nuclear deal debate, who wins?
"Japan’s record of mayhem stretches all the way back to the sixteenth century."
With the nuclear deal in place, Hassan Rouhani can turn his focus inward.
A better question: "Has the Cold War ever definitively ended?"
Time to avoid "charging down the hill."
The Silent Majority is beginning to rumble, and Donald Trump is just the kind of man to try to capture that sentiment in his snarling, dismissive, attack-dog manner.
Many in Washington fear that a push west by China will create a Eurasian sphere of influence for Beijing and bring Beijing and Moscow closer together. Such fears should be pushed aside...
"So the silver lining in China’s economic maladies is that Asia’s new sick man is not as threatening as when he was strong."
Even on controversial issues, cooperation—instead of confrontation—is key to finding solutions.
Russia is actively seeking out areas of relative strength to compensate for its military’s overall weakness.
Russian arms are spread around the world. Here are some of the most lethal.
After a deal is made with Iran, assuring our Arab allies will be a top priority.
The Middle East is full of chaos. These militaries are leading the pack.
It would lead to either an unconstrained Iran that can advance its nuclear program or a trade war that will make maintenance of the sanctions unsustainable.
Tony Abbott's recent woes in Australia should send a message to U.S. conservatives: fiscal conservatism, though necessary, isn’t always popular.
Malcolm Turnbull is challenging Tony Abbott for leadership of the Liberal Party.
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