A tight race, political posturing on both sides, and reports of fraud across the country suggest that the struggle to determine Nigeria’s next president is just getting started.
We are all invited to the theater of the grotesque.
Diego Solis recounts stories and lessons learned in his travels through the hinterlands of the Russian Caucasus.
Negotiations are heating up as Iran and the P5+1 enter the final week ahead of a March 31st deadline for a framework deal.
Though not necessarily through military means…
A regional anti-Boko Haram coalition has scored a string of victories on the battlefield ahead of upcoming presidential elections in Nigeria.
Amid fears of an expanding ISIS presence and a UN report decrying the country’s deteriorating security outlook, the Obama administration is poised to abandon its plans for a sweeping drawdown of the US military presence in Afghanistan.
Paid government trolls are now a fact of life on the Internet, and it’s only going to get worse.
There are two takeaways for US policymakers from the Iraqi army’s advance towards Tikrit. One is encouraging, and the other is not.
The case of “Jihadi John” shows that the threat of radicalization is a global one.