The Shiite cleric was once Washington’s bitter enemy in Iraq—and now offers the best chance of securing U.S. interests.
Tehran no longer takes Washington seriously. To revive the nuclear deal, the threat of military escalation needs to be on the table.
Ten years after Qaddafi’s death, Libya is a harbinger of the enduring global disorder to come.
Military junta faces widespread international backlash for upending Sudan’s shaky democratic transition.
Reannexing the West Bank is an impractical idea that would threaten Jordan’s stability, deny Palestinians the right to self-determination, and reward Israel’s illegal settlements.
In Ivory Coast, the court’s blind pursuit of justice undermined reconciliation efforts.
Amman should reannex the West Bank to end Israel’s illegal occupation, bring peace and prosperity, and give Palestinians democratic rights.
Jerusalem needs help from Washington to prevail in a terrible conflict.
The land debate is a tussle for power between an indigenous kingdom and an authoritarian state.
The Biden administration has threatened to end Addis Ababa’s eligibility under the African Growth and Opportunity Act. Doing so would hurt the poor the most.
Pro-Iran parties lost support, say they’ll reject the results, and are threatening violence.