In what could be a game-changer, it appears as is Lashkar-e-Taiba has struck against US interests in Saudi Arabia for the first time ever.
Internal divisions are increasing the chances that we see a rise of Islamic State in Sri Lanka.
China dealt a legal blow on the South China Sea, Britain gets its new prime minister, and Prime Minister Abe secures his coveted two-thirds majority in Japan’s parliament.
With Zika, fiscal collapse, and security service strikes, the list of reasons why the Olympic Games should have been moved is growing.
Brexit doesn’t just impact the future of EU unity, but potentially that of NATO as well.
Once the breadbasket of southern Africa, Zimbabwe is today one of the poorest countries in the continent.
The relationship between the state and its major metropolitan areas is changing around the world.
To understand dispassionately the meaning of the Brexit vote we need to consider if it was a genuinely democratic decision.
This week’s forecast covers the fallout from Britain’s surprise decision to leave the European Union.
US allies worldwide have a lot running on the upcoming presidential election.