The Indian prime minister’s engagements abroad are anchored in the recognition that India’s domestic success is inextricably linked to how it can shape its external environment to national advantage.
There is no doubt that Asia has made enormous progress over the past half century, but that it is time to wake up to the continent’s political, security, and strategic quagmires.
How should New Delhi approach the challenge of motivating Pakistan to demobilize anti-India terrorist groups while managing the potential for conflict escalation during a crisis?
For now at least, Russia’s government, its business community, and the general public are satisfied with the country’s flawed institutions, in spite of underlying discontent. | Русский
In anticipation of an eventual power vacuum in Mosul, Kurdish forces have begun to plan for what comes next in the city. | عربي
Today’s leaders and diplomats have taken the European project to the brink of dissolution. They should do more to learn from the successful democratic lessons of others.
While Lebanon’s sectarian power-sharing system is flawed and unraveling in many ways, it has helped keep the country at peace and provides valuable lessons for the region. | عربي
While the international community is focused on either the self-proclaimed Islamic State or Iran, most Arabs are focused on improving their lives. Their governments should encourage them.
A strong focus on combating corruption is vital to addressing many of the crises currently besetting the world.
In the last two years, Venezuela has experienced the kind of implosion that hardly ever occurs in a middle-income country outside of war.
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