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?
With growing debt, a looming trade war, and deepening capital flight, 2017 could be the year that makes or breaks China’s economy.
People are decrying their governments as ineffective and out-of-touch across the Western world. Could more technocracy be the answer?
A water conflict is brewing among riparian states on the Indus Basin. But hope remains that these states can come together on their shared interests.
The post-Cold War international order is breaking down. By the end of 2017, we will have a better idea what the new one looks like.
Women’s rights are making some gains in the long male-dominated societies of the Middle East.
Appeasement didn’t work in the 1930s, and it doesn’t work now.
The tragedy in Ankara will only drive two key players in the Syrian civil war closer together.
Background If 2016 was the year when cracks appeared in the foundation of the European Union, 2017 will tell the story of whether those cracks are patched up or if they expand and imperil …
China’s space program is well on its way toward overtaking the old Cold War rivals of Russia and the United States.