The Dutch-Erdogan spat is just the latest example of how the media plays into the hands of those who would try to undermine Western democracy.
Dutch voters head to the polls on March 15 in an election that will serve as a bellwether of populist discontent toward the European Union.
The Kremlin could learn a lot from Washington’s costly adventures in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The fall of South Korea President Park Geun-hye has opened the door for major geopolitical shifts in East Asia.
The death of a popular opposition politician is allowing the Kabila regime to drag its feet on political transition.
The THAAD deployment in South Korea could be a game-changer in East Asia security, and China and Russia are not happy about it.
Amid economic collapse, the Venezuelan government is now forced to choose between repaying bonds or its oil-for-loans benefactors in China and Russia.
A famine is threatening a delicate sense of hope in one of Africa’s most dysfunctional states.
Entitlement reform would go a long way in balancing the US debt outlook, but getting it done won’t be easy.
Is science diplomacy the answer to the South China Sea dispute?