The Besiktas bombing raises important questions about counter-terrorism strategy and truth telling in Turkey.
Behzad Yaghmaian recalls the experience of a Sudanese refugee family trying to cross into Europe illegally to seek asylum.
Turkey finally realizes the dream of connecting the two continents underneath the Bosphorus.
Can the United States sustain its power? Even more relevant is the question, Is it worth it?
Why has the time come to move the World Bank out of the United States?
Does more unite the Arab world and Europe than divides them?
Why are the parallels between Cairo today and Constantinople a century ago all too obvious and disturbing?