North Korea has announced it has tested a nuclear weapon.
Common sense, practical necessity and the unfulfilled promise of representative government demand a reevaluation of regionalism in Iraq.
When the cameras are rolling and the microphones are out, Mahmoud Admadinejad shows that he is media-savvy.
Beyond Foleygate lies a preponderant problem. Unless there is a radical shift, no matter which party wins in November the American public will lose.
Insider suggests really looking at Iraq before Lebanon.
As the media picks and chooses the humanitarian crisis du jour, Burma’s forgotten refugees languish in Thailand.
In a new blog post, TNI Publisher Dimitri K. Simes examines the ongoing crisis between Russia and Georgia—and the damage it could do to U.S.-Russian relations.
Despite past protestations, the administration, with Congress’ complicity, makes another end-run around defense-spending scrutiny.
Sources and methods revealed.
Lessons of the conflict? Better to keep refugees in squalor; indulge radicalism.
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