John Rosenthal argues that recent Western foreign policy missteps in Libya and Syria have fueled the rise of radical Islam.
In this series, Geopoliticalmonitor.com analyzes political fallout from the global plunge in oil prices. Part two focuses on Canada.
In this series, Geopoliticalmonitor.com analyzes political fallout from the global plunge in oil prices. Part one focuses on Venezuela and Cuba.
With elections due in less than 12 months, Myanmar is at a critical juncture between a path to full democracy and a return to military rule.
Neither conservatives nor liberals have got it totally right in the post-Charlie Hebdo editorial space.
SYRIZA scored a bigger victory than most anticipated in elections over the weekend, and now all eyes are on prime minister candidate Alexis Tsipras as he attempts to strike a balance between Berlin and an irate Greek electorate.
The election on January 25 is only the beginning of Greece’s problems; voters are not prepared to grant to any one party the power to implement policies that will satisfy the people at home and creditors abroad.
Current trends suggest that Australia will soon lose the ability to behave like a middle power on the world stage.
Geography still has a lot to tell us about the roots of international conflict.
For all the crackdowns on civil society throughout the post-Soviet sphere and Middle East, we’ve heard surprisingly little about Azerbaijan.