The appointment of another Algerian at the head of the organization is a tactical mistake for AQIM.
We need to carefully consider how the DPA can effectively operationalise different aspects of its mandate with the least amount of state capacity.
To expect the RBI to effectively monitor multiple aspects of the banks and other regulated entities is a tall order.
More urgently than before, India needs to consider what exactly it wants out of the fast-changing geopolitics around technology and what its role in the international digital landscape should be.
The United States needs a renewed spirit of service that brings Americans from all backgrounds and all walks of life into national security service and unleashes the talent the country already has.
The United States now bases its war plans around using its exquisite conventional forces to sever the connections between an adversary’s leadership and its military forces.
The usually warm relationship between the United States and Jordan has come under strain during President Donald Trump’s time in office.
After four years of Trump's unrelenting attacks on norms and institutions, both domestic and foreign, the incoming administration is going to have to persuade others that the United States can lead again and persuade the U.S. public that foreign policy matters for more Americans beyond the Washington Beltway.
China has achieved economic recovery in 2020 by prioritizing companies and production over market demand, boosting exports during a global trade recession, and abstaining from the various forms of quantitative easing that other industrialized countries have put in place.
Any discussion on personal data access in India necessarily requires a reiteration of the Supreme Court's Puttaswamy verdict, which declared privacy a fundamental right.
Like most of its North African neighbors, Tunisia saw little attention from the Trump Administration, compared to other parts of the Middle East such as Egypt, Iran, or Israel.
America’s alliances have been one of its greatest strategic assets, helping unleash unprecedented geopolitical stability, economic development, and increase in human dignity worldwide over the last 75 years.
The question facing European leaders is accordingly not whether transatlantic relations will improve under Biden—they most certainly will, though some difficulties will also remain—but rather how to reinvent Atlanticism for a new era.
The recent U.S. election had its highest voter turnout in 120 years. More than 80 million people voted for Joe Biden and 74 million for Donald Trump, making them the most-voted-for politicians in the history of the country.
With President-Elect Joe Biden’s election victory, foreign policy experts are debating what a pivot from four years of America First isolationism should entail.
Corporate entry can help with the resolution of failed banks and the creation of more banks. But it can also create other problems.
Preventing an inadvertent nuclear disaster on the Korean Peninsula will depend not only on Kim Jong Un upgrading his nuclear software but on the United States better understanding the choices and circumstances that have driven North Korea’s nuclear posture.
Profound political divisions now plague most of the world’s democracies and, rather than reducing polarization, election campaigns exacerbate it. Instead of serving to calm tension and unite the country, elections now boost radicalization.
As president, Joe Biden will have to grapple with the aftermath of Emirati adventurism and the habits of other authoritarian Arab allies that have been lavished with American military support, not just under Trump but under previous administrations, as well.
Anyone who believes that the Biden-Netanyahu relationship is headed for a train wreck ought to lie down and wait quietly until the feeling passes.