A growing rift in US-Philippine relations, presidential elections in Gabon, and the looming battle for Mosul.
It would appear that Russian leaders aren’t ready to put the Ukraine conflict on ice.
Sectarian tensions and political repression are on the rise in one of the United States’ key allies in East Africa.
Illiberal tendencies are on the rise around the world, and the West is no exception.
A loss of territory in Syria doesn’t preclude an ability by Islamic State supporters to strike targets in Russia.
Members of both the Left and Right in US politics are increasingly agreeing that the Iran nuclear deal damages US interests and destabilizes the Middle East.
President Erdogan’s move to ‘reset’ his country’s troubled bilateral relations with Russia could mark the beginning of a new, ‘post-EU’ era in Turkish foreign policy.
Pakistan’s home-grown terrorism problem is increasingly beyond the control of its fragile state institutions.
Local elections in South Africa could well loosen the ruling ANC party’s iron grip on the country’s politics.
Is it reasonable to believe that Hong Kong could become a simple reproduction of China, as feared by the younger generation?