Washington is trying to run three Asia policies at once—and each is missing substance.
The Pakistani citizen, a U.S. federal prisoner, has attracted support from extremists around the world.
The slow fall of the nation-state’s monopoly on violence will shape future conflicts.
The Nagorno-Karabakh war’s aftermath is still impacting Moscow’s plans.
Warnings from U.S. officials come amid a cyberattack on Ukrainian government websites.
Washington needs to trust partner forces to stand on their own feet.
Conflict could topple Ankara’s delicate balancing act between NATO and Russia.
A recent International Court of Justice decision regarding Azerbaijan’s actions in Nagorno-Karabakh could offer protection to threatened cultural heritage sites around the world.
Strengthening resilience to manage environmentally-linked conflict
Ignoring Cambodia and Laos is a strategic mistake—but engagement requires a smarter balance of values and interests.
Russia says the Pentagon’s European missile defense isn’t so defensive after all. Does it have a point?
Moscow’s aggression has stirred old fears in its neighbors.
The Taliban are pressuring exiled diplomats in an attempt to take back Afghanistan’s embassies.