"The history of great powers is rife with examples of states that tried to do it all, everywhere, and frittered away their dominance by failing to retain a balance between resources and obligations."
After two years, they’ve made their mark.
Tokyo and Seoul need to break their cycle of ups and downs.
Erdoğan isn’t promoting anti-U.S. sentiment—but he’ll exploit it.
Forget Sykes-Picot: the Battle of Marj Dabiq is what drew the modern map.
Ghani and Abdullah must put aside their differences, pettiness and egos.
The Palestinian terrorist group has a long history of exploiting do-gooders in Gaza.
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