The radicalization of pacifists in Iran draws a new line in the sand for the mullahs.
The U.S. can not only react to world events, it must also look forward and prepare to deter and defend against distant and not-so-distant threats.
The forces that drove China’s three-decade-plus economic boom are losing potency.
The "Nagorno-Karabakh Republic" has not been recognized by the United States or any other country in the world.
The situation in Ukraine is nowhere near as black-and-white as many have reported.
Water supply to residents of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip dramatically increased after Israel took control.
America must “choose wisely” when determining which combatants to arm.
We are only now beginning to speculate on the full economic impact of the Ebola crisis.
Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa and has just become the largest economy on the continent.
The country has become a linchpin of America’s national security strategy.