Turks vote on overhauling their political system, a far-left outlier surges in the French presidential race, and attacks on Copts trigger a state of emergency in Egypt.
The FARC insurgency has roots in the agrarian conflicts of the 1920s-1930s and the period of La Violencia from 1948-58.
An apparent chemical attack by the Assad government has thrown a wrench into President Trump’s plans to wind down the Syrian civil war.
Though the city-state has not suffered a terrorist attack since the mid-1990s, there are several signs that the threat of terrorism is growing in Singapore.
The Xi-Trump summit will be watched closely for signs of how the Trump administration plans manage one of its most important bilateral relations.
The United States’ reluctant and largely invisible secretary of state made no apparent progress in his stop in Turkey.
The state of emergency may have ended the overt protest movement in Ethiopia, but sectarian tensions remain, and it’s only a matter of time before they rise to the surface once again.
Brexit begins, the Iraqi army makes slow steady in Mosul, and China looks to turn up the heat on Taiwan.
King Abdullah’s position isn’t as secure as some Western leaders might assume.
Russian hacking and disinformation is nothing new for the Baltic States, which have long been a testing ground for Russia’s evolving cyber capabilities.