As Trump’s support cuts across traditional lines, Hillary Clinton has a tough task.
Five years into the civil war in Syria, the effects have been felt globally and few paths toward peace appear viable.
By 2030, South Asia is bound to be a far more connected place within itself as well as the rest of the world, thanks to a number of new factors reshaping the region’s economic and political geography.
India’s draft circular on the regulation of drones stifles innovation, raises operational risks, and creates substantial uncertainty for organizations, individuals, and enforcement agencies.
The draft circular, if implemented in its current form, will stifle innovation, raise operational risks, and create substantial uncertainty.
China benefits from the U.S. dollar’s role as an international currency, and any reduction in the dollar’s global role would increase the difficulty of China’s domestic economic rebalancing.
Pakistan’s dependence on Saudi Arabia stands in the way of the two working against Islamic terrorism.
Egypt’s economic crisis deprives the regime of the financial and economic resources needed to sustain a solid social base among public sector employees, and hence hinders the consolidation of authoritarian rule.
Russian society should pay more attention to the Kremlin’s foreign policy agenda and have a better understanding of the nation’s actions abroad. Russia should identify itself as a Euro-Pacific country rather than a Eurasian country as it seeks out new opportunities to become better integrated in the globalized world.
Kyrgyzstan could yet evolve into an island of pluralism with stable institutions, but global and domestic trends may be pointing it in a different direction.
Open standards and free markets should dictate the choices available to content creators, not centralised exchanges that then become the playground for vested interests to creep into their daily administration and deprive creators of licensing autonomy.
One year has passed since Iran and the P5+1 group reached an agreement on Tehran’s nuclear program known as the JCPOA, an agreement which put an end to more than a decade of tension over Iran’s nuclear program and turned into an important model for peaceful resolution of a difference.
While Tunisia is often and rightly lauded for its progress, social inequality and regional asymmetries are undermining the country’s democratic transition.
Win or lose, Donald Trump is likely to herald a major discontinuity in America’s political evolution.
The death of famed Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami was greeted with great sorrow, though his shadow will only grow larger with the passage of time.
While the nuclear accord with Iran has curbed their nuclear program, the West’s relationship with Iran remains challenging.
European diplomacy might be better aimed by helping to forge an international consensus that encourages the use of legal frameworks to provide an alternative to unilateral use of force and the creating of facts on the ground.
Since Turkey’s failed coup, the workings of religion in Turkish political life have become much stronger than ever before in recent years.
The attempted coup in Turkey will have far-ranging implications for the country’s international role. The Turkish-U.S. relationship in particular is headed for considerable turbulence.
Despite all its defects, a minimum income guarantee may well become an inevitable policy.