After the election, will the Shi'a, Sunni, and Kurdish parties cooperate?
Philandering, gaffe-prone, possibly corrupt—and very effective.
The first round of voting in the presidential election is over, but the outcome is far from decided.
Wary at first, neoconservatives are stepping up the pressure on the Kentucky senator.
Despite often tense relations, legislative exchanges have occured between the two for decades. Deepening that aspect of the relationship could be constructive.
It wouldn't be disastrous, but Washington needs a plan.
Europe's century of upheaval—and the revolutions in the middle of them—offer insights into the post–Arab Spring world.
Iran's supreme leader is struggling to manage his hardline supporters.
Beijing often suggests its hands are tied by widespread patriotic fury. Polls suggest otherwise.