Breaking down the bill that is stirring up so much controversy.
The foreign-policy discourse in the ongoing presidential election is not exactly inspiring.
Increasing commercial ties between Russia and China demonstrate that the unquestioned U.S. dominance of the global economic system is coming to an end.
If everyone would smarten up, Kurdistan and Turkey could be the best things to happen to each other.
Are we merely waiting for a casus belli in the Levant this summer?
Those seeking a Reaganesque reformer among Republican presidential candidates might be looking on the wrong side of the Atlantic.
The current problems between Russia and the West are rooted in the latter’s wholesale misinterpretation of the former’s domestic and international priorities.
Are the outlines of a compromise with Russia over Kosovo beginning to take shape?
It is time to revive the "Jordanian option." Involving Amman in the Palestinian issue is the best hope for stability in the West Bank.
Why the cases for federalism, loose confederation and soft partition don't guarantee stability in a post-occupation Iraq.
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