Authorities and rebel leaders have put pen to paper on a historic peace deal. Here’s what will change – and what won’t.
A growing rift in US-Philippine relations, presidential elections in Gabon, and the looming battle for Mosul.
The ebb and flow of the Syrian battlefield mirrors the military strategy of its major players.
The government of Myanmar has begun to address the delicate issue of the country’s corruption-plagued jade trade.
The lull in US drone strikes in Pakistan was just that – a brief pause, not a policy shift.
Presidential elections in Zambia, upcoming minutes from the US FOMC, and Ukrainian “incursions” into Crimea.
Boko Haram has a new leader, and in a show of the two extremist groups’ growing ties, the announcement was made by none other than Islamic State.
If Saudi Arabia’s economic downturn worsens there could be dire consequences for the country and the wider region.
The Liberal Democratic Party’s recent victory has brought the controversial topic of constitutional reform in Japan into the political spotlight once again.
Regardless of what motivated the failed coup in Turkey, it will certainly reverberate for decades to come.