The dilemma for America is how to punish Iran while preventing Russia from reaping the benefits of the resulting rising oil prices.
The U.S.-China relationship is rife with mistrust, and the trajectory of the U.S.-China relationship marks the resurgence of great-power politics in a multipolar international order.
With presidential elections less than a year away, the Poroshenko administration’s tough stance against the Kremlin may not be enough for the Ukrainian voter.
After feeling betrayed at the end of the Cold War, the Kremlin is using the military as its premier tool to achieve policy goals and weaken the West.
What the Corbynistas have done to Labour, Labour will do to Britain.
The United States engaged in forty-six military interventions from 1948–1991, from 1992–2017 that number increased fourfold to 188.
The YPG has proven to be a formidable ally for Washington, but Ankara isn't thrilled.
Throughout the Cold War, Egypt was a prize, too important to cast aside—and today it is sought after.
Trump’s end-game is a negotiated settlement, not the forcible overthrow of the Islamic Republic.
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