Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari has been in London for medical treatment for a month now. Back home, rumors are swirling as the Nigerian government grapples with a worsening economic outlook.
North Korea’s recent missile test underscores the growing threat posed by the “Hermit Kingdom” to East Asian security. In responding to it, the Trump administration only has bad options to pick from.
The overriding thrust of Trump Doctrine in East Asia seems to be a shift toward confrontation with China.
After months of campaign promises and policy contradictions, a picture of President Trump’s foreign policy is finally starting to emerge. Here’s what ‘Trump Doctrine’ could mean for the Middle East.
How US-brokered safe zones could play out in the warzones of Syria and Yemen.
President Donald Trump and the Republican-dominated Congress have found common cause in increasing US defense spending. Here’s where some of the money could go.
President Trump is now in office, but it won’t be easy to put Russia-US relations back on a positive track.
After a year of security and economic challenges, Turkey’s government is hoping for better days in 2017.
With three rate hikes apparently on the docket for the Federal Reserve, 2017 could be a year where the USD leaves other currencies in the dust.
2016 ended with a major victory for government forces in Aleppo. Will 2017 be the year that the Syrian civil war draws to a close?