Like everything else in the country, the jihadist field in Libya is highly fragmented and hyper-localized. And the rise of the Islamic State has stirred significant debates within this fractured community about how to respond.
U.S. foreign policy in a more difficult, intrusive world.
One hundred years after the massacre of one million Armenians, the debate about whether or not the Turks committed an act of genocide rages on.
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Saudi Arabia has institutionalized sectarianism in virtually every aspect of political, social, and economic life.
The war in Syria has polarized Turkey’s political landscape and reignited hostilities between Islamists and secularists.
With an early vote, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is trying to boost his political capital as he pushes for key reforms.
Partition has given Pakistan the power to disrupt Afghanistan, but not enough to construct a stable order. This tragic story of the Great Game is unlikely to change in 2015.
Western policy on Belarus should be both principled and capable of adapting to slowly changing realities on the ground—before polarization gets the better of the country.
The inability of the Lebanese state to figure out where Arsal stands has made public and state perceptions increasingly hostile toward the town.
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