Turkey’s expanding role in the Libyan Civil War presents a security threat to Sisi’s Egypt, one that is unlikely to go unchallenged.
Iraqi Prime Minister Mostafa al-Kadhimi is taking on the militias, and the early results aren’t encouraging.
COVID-19 is making a bad situation even worse for various long-suffering Kurdish populations.
Hard as it is to defy the drum beat of technological progress, pervasive automation may represent some hidden costs that we’re unwilling to pay.
One brought an exemplary response, the other an unmitigated disaster.
By providing a handy loophole for ignoring constitutional protections, the legal concept of qualified immunity does far more harm than good.
The recent release of Nepal’s official political map is raising new questions over the extent of China’s influence in Katmandu.
The president’s loyalists turn bad news into good ahead of a referendum that could keep Putin in power long after his current term ends.
The Bulgarian public’s suspicion of elite power is on full display during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Discussing Peru’s peacekeeping legacy, the importance of female blue helmets, and the fate of the UN’s current mission in the Central African Republic.