Supply and demand – not geopolitical factors – will move oil prices through 2017.
Will Saudi Arabia lose its nerve on economic reform now that oil prices have partially recovered?
Two early takeaways from the recent Rome summit between Libya’s rival leaders: a unity government is possible, and Russia might just have a role in making it happen.
Evolving ISIS tactics and returning foreign fighters pose a serious threat for Sweden.
Trump’s attack on Syria sets the United States on a dangerous course while raising questions about who’s really in charge in Washington.
The FARC insurgency has roots in the agrarian conflicts of the 1920s-1930s and the period of La Violencia from 1948-58.
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.
King Abdullah’s position isn’t as secure as some Western leaders might assume.
Beneath the apparent apathy toward the president’s well-being lies a complex power struggle between Nigeria’s north and south.
There are several conclusions that can be drawn from the global health response to the Zika and Ebola epidemics.