Why oil-rich Middle Eastern nations are funding Hollywood films.
Washington's incoherent policy stems from misperceptions about U.S. interests in the Middle East.
Launching land wars to seize resources and territory has gone out of style. Extending that principle to the sea is the next challenge.
Rising nationalism and fear of neighboring China threaten to derail Mongolia's economic surge.
Saudi Arabia's looming economic woes could turn the country into an international problem.
Why China, Japan and Taiwan are clashing over small, uninhabited islets.
As tensions between Ottawa and Washington rise, Beijing's reliance on North American oil becomes increasingly important.
What began as a squabble over oil has escalated. Before long, it will be a war over the country's future.
The Fukushima disaster left Japan with an ongoing energy crisis. What Washington can—and should—do to help.
To secure Beijing's cooperation, Washington should offer up access to U.S. energy markets.