Upstream dams and climate change are increasing the odds of a water conflict along the Mekong River, and this is one case where China holds all the cards.
What will the new US president do about the foreign policy quagmire that vexed his predecessors? The answer may lie in US-Pakistan relations.
In accepting IMF funding, President el-Sisi is walking a tightrope between economic reform and popular upheaval.
A sign of things to come in US-Mexico relations, more Greek bailout tensions, and China picks up where it left off in the South China Sea dispute.
Part one in a two-part series, this article examines the issue of ballooning US debt.
President Trump’s foreign policy program risks being bogged down by those who would perpetuate the status quo of US militarism.
It won’t be easy for the Trump administration to reassemble the kind of international consensus that drove Iran to the negotiating table back in 2013.
A return to outright antagonism in US-Iran relations brings inevitable speculation about the military option. But the tactical hurdles faced by the US/Israeli air forces have only gotten worse over the past few years.
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.
Refugees will continue to receive poor treatment unless international regimes are overhauled to improve oversight and enforcement.