The downing of a Russian plane by Turkey is jeopardizing the strong business and political relationship built by Ankara and Moscow. The two countries’ clash over Syria suggests that relations will get worse before they get better. | Русский
The crisis unfolding in Venezuela will be a litmus test for both national policies and regional mechanisms that are supposed to strengthen democratic rules and norms. | español
The turmoil in eastern Ukraine has shaken the post–Cold War order. But there is reason to hope a more effective approach to building regional security might be possible.
Peaceful Salafi political parties are losing strength in Egypt and Tunisia while the popularity of Salafi-jihadi movements aiming to build an Islamic state by force is increasing. | عربي
The Iran nuclear agreement presents an opportunity to take a first step toward creating a new security order in the Gulf. | عربي
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