Nagorno-Karabakh is one frozen conflict in the post-Soviet space that periodically melts into violence.
The geopolitical world order is being remade under President Trump, but not necessarily in the way he intends. This series takes a region-by-region look at US foreign policy and asks: What does the decline of US power and influence mean for the world?
With the oil-rich city of Kirkuk under its control, the government of Iraqi Kurdistan is moving toward formal independence from Iraq.
It’s unlikely that the Rohingya refugees who cross into flood-ravaged Bangladesh will ever be welcomed back in Myanmar.
This backgrounder explores the geopolitical tightrope that Belarus is walking between the European Union and Russia.
For an example of how climate change can fuel terrorism and regional conflict, look no further than the Lake Chad Basin.
The US-China-India triangular relationship will help define the 21st century world order.
The West’s tunnel vision on Syria and Iraq is missing the growing threat of terrorism in West Africa and the Sahel.