It is time for the U.S. to publicly acknowledge the reality of ISIS’s targeted violence.
Thailand is facing its worst water shortage in two decades. There are droughts in 14 of the 77 provinces.
Bbilateral commercial, security, and political relations with Panama run long and deep.
Khamenei wields complete control over the vetting and screening of election candidates.
Mankind’s history is marked by more genocides than we would like to admit.
International responses aren’t the best way to handle small-scale emergencies.
The battle against the self-proclaimed Islamic State (ISIL) is slowly being won.
Europe’s refugee crisis is worsening.
Many rightly will argue in favor of applying new sanctions.
The secretive and outdated process by which the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) develops trade policy is not working.