2015 projects to be another difficult year for the Middle East, with old vacuums widening and a few new ones opening up.
2015 will set the tone of US-Russia relations for decades to come.
Nigeria is home to a fundamentalist insurgency that predates the ascendance of ISIS, and 2015 could just be the year that Boko Haram succeeds in carving a chunk out of Africa’s most populous state.
Though not necessarily the USSR of old, Vladimir Putin is building up a political culture that will outlast his rule.
The long and largely unmonitored border between Guatemala and Mexico has some security experts concerned about the possibility of terrorist infiltration into the United States.
Are there cracks running through the main pillar of President Obama’s foreign policy?
Arch-rivals India and Pakistan have a lot at stake in the future of Afghan politics.