Examining the current debate surrounding Catalan independence and what it might mean for the future of Spain and the EU.
What does last week’s arrest mean in the wider context of Mexico’s changing drug war?
Exploring the historical precedents of papal resignation and looking to future international role of the Vatican in the post-Benedict era.
The Mexican state is fighting powerful and multiple atypical insurgencies, armed with virtually unlimited access to firearms, including anti-aircraft batteries, and funded by an export trade in illegal narcotics worth billions of dollars.
Christopher S. Ljungquist presents an in-depth look at how the recent "film crisis" in the Islamic world reveals the dissonance between global information flows and institutionally immature Arab Spring countries.
Examining how Mexico’s recent elections will impact the country’s bloody and long-running war on the cartels.
As this year marks the 30th anniversary of the Falklands War, Argentina and the United Kingdom are locked in an intense war of words, looming legal disputes, potential economic hostilities, and a bitter public relations fight.