Birth rates are so low in Japan that a precipitous drop in population is now all but inevitable. What’s causing the problem, and what can be done about it?
A course correction is needed if Mali is to avoid the same fate as Afghanistan.
The possibility that Sayfullo Saipov was radicalized in Uzbekistan should surprise no one.
Big changes are brewing in Saudi society. Will they be embraced or resisted by the monarchy?
Quick takes on some of the latest geopolitical developments in the Middle East.
Recent Czech parliamentary elections saw big gains by anti-establishment parties on both ends of the political spectrum.
Did Marxism die with the collapse of the Soviet Union? Or is there still something it can tell us about today’s society.
The short answer: not much.
Washington must look at the bigger picture if it wants to contain terrorism in the Sahel region.
Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike is making waves in Japanese politics, leading some to conclude that it’s only a matter of time before she becomes Japan’s first female prime minister.