Armed checkpoints along key trade routes—not natural resources—are the key to financing rebel groups and insurgencies around the world.
Geopolitical shifts have put a U.S.-Russian detente in the interest of much of Asia.
To avoid more instability, it is time for all wealthy nations to start sharing.
Only Washington has the carrots and sticks to steer the conflict towards resolution.
When war broke out in Gaza, Arab countries chose rapprochement with Israel over solidarity with Palestinians.
The militant group’s spokesman vows to “continue our war” until Afghanistan has an Islamic government.
A senior member of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Nord Stream 2, Belarus, and Biden’s upcoming summit with Putin.
Soldiers don’t belong on the streets—and the army is uniquely placed to pressure the government for police reforms to tackle rampant insecurity.
The junta says it is keeping the country together. Governments must stop buying its brutal excuses.
Once inching toward war, the Asian giants are getting closer—while Washington seems unserious and disengaged.
The military regime’s neighbors resist sanctions, fearing it would divide regional powers.
Bandits in the country’s northwest are terrorizing civilians, destabilizing the region, and empowering jihadists.