Recent events in Turkey and Ukraine have exposed serious miscalculations in the West’s handling of Russia.
While desertions have contributed to the emergence of an armed rebellion since early fall 2011, they have failed to critically weaken the Syrian regime’s army.
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.
A breakdown of trade multilateralism, and a failure to widen the reach of regional trade deals, will signal the beginning of a more dangerous era of world history
The Algerian government must strike a balance between reviving the tolerant spirit of religious traditions and exercising caution in overhauling traditional religious institutions.
With American political discourse these days, the prospects for escaping the "Clash of Civilizations" narrative have never looked more dismal.
While confronting the self-proclaimed Islamic State may be a necessary step to eradicate it, this may be exactly what the group is hoping for.
If Jordan is to confront its national challenges and continue to provide a safe haven for Syrian refugees, the country will depend on increased international support.
Fighting corruption in Moldova requires the government to address widespread conflicts of interest, increase transparency, and separate state functions from oligarchs’ interests.
An examination of the ways Western public and private funders are responding to the increasing restrictions on support for civil society around the world.
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