Friendly foreign relations must not be at the expense of national interest and international standing.
Both protesters and local government officials must shift strategies in order to overcome the city’s growing divisions.
Washington must intervene politically in Yemen before extremists gain a foothold amidst the chaos.
Taiwan’s ruling party just switched presidential candidates in a gamble to retain the presidency – a move that could easily backfire.
Recent negotiations between the government and FARC rebels will succeed only if Bogotá addresses the civil war’s underlying issues.
Is China abandoning economic reform for good?
With the reelection of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the two-state solution appears to be off the table indefinitely, which is bad news for Israeli foreign policy.
Although the Russian political opposition appears weak and factionalized, opportunities exist for it to weaken the power of Vladimir Putin’s United Russia.
After the election of a new far-left government in Greece, the Eurozone risks losing one of its first members, and perhaps much more.