ISIS has been trumpeting its growing presence in South Asia after the fall of its Middle East ‘caliphate.’ But is this just a case of empty propaganda?
Tehran has followed through on earlier threats to increase uranium enrichment, according to IAEA head Yukiya Amano.
Sudan’s military leaders have swapped words for bullets in their ongoing effort to remain at the apex of Sudanese politics.
Opportunities like this don’t come often; the Trump administration would be remiss not to seize upon it.
General Haftar’s forces are stalled in the southern suburbs of Tripoli, and despite impressive early gains for the LNA on the battlefield, the long game favors the UN-recognized GNA in Tripoli owing to economic factors.
Two instances of sabotage on Saudi oil infrastructure suggest the possibility of Iranian blowback from mounting tensions with the United States.
Tired of a fractured and divided Libya, some foreign backers are throwing their support against the one candidate who they believe can unite the country. Yet General Haftar might have overplayed his hand in the LNA’s ongoing assault on Tripoli.
Trump hawkish turn away from the Obama-era balanced approach toward Iranian relations is reminiscent of George W. Bush’s “Axis of Evil.” It didn’t work then and it won’t work now.
What’s next after Benjamin Netanyahu’s latest victory?
In Omar al-Bashir’s removal, Sudan’s protestors may have won the battle. But can they win the war?