In the Middle East and North Africa, the transition toward equitable economic development and transparent and accountable rule of law will take a very long time.
“Never again,” adopted in the wake of the Second World War, has become nothing but an empty slogan in South Sudan, Syria, Libya and Yemen.
A museum director’s reflections on vexing global issues such as identity, tolerance, conflict and war.
Asian nations must worry that Myanmar’s moves against the Rohingyas won’t start untangling all colonial-era boundaries, however illogical in terms of ethnic or religious issues those may have been.
European leaders either follow obediently in America’s wake or hold their tongues.
Dissecting Donald Trump’s mental gymnastics on dealing with pesky dictator Kim Jong-un.
A policy to win in Afghanistan requires undermining the Taliban’s strategic base – the external support and sanctuary that Pakistan continues to provide.
The Iraqi people must rise above sectarianism and chart their own destiny.
America’s much-vaunted checks and balances do not really apply to U.S. foreign policy. That is a big problem.