A sudden uptick in Taliban attacks in northern Afghanistan has some worried about the security of the Silk Road initiative.
The “One Belt, One Road” plan shows that China’s incentivized approach to diplomacy could bring stability to the Middle East.
Baathism may be dead in Iraq and endangered in Syria, but its tools and beliefs live on inside the Islamic State.
After a brief period of instability following the secession of South Sudan, the Sudanese economy seems poised for a comeback.
With its vast and diverse geography, ancient civilization, Red Sea coastline, and safari potential, Sudan can be considered one of the untapped frontiers of Africa’s tourism industry.
There is no clarity as to what constitutes a ‘terrorist,’ allowing for states and organizations to criminalize any action, dissent, or criticism as suits their purpose.
India's prime minister is about to embark on a significant visit to China, but trade and border issues will likely derail any major breakthroughs.
Conservation, food security, and geopolitics are converging more than ever in the South China Sea.
Despite Israel’s vocal opposition, genuine fear, and preemptive threats, the truth is that Jerusalem understands Iranian nuclear weapons are an eventual fait accompli.
US policymakers are struggling to find the right balance between nuclear non-proliferation and ensuring US strategic flexibility.