An immediate ceasefire and independent inquiry into the Malaysia Airlines plane crash are necessary to reverse the trend toward mutual destruction in Ukraine.
Great-power competition is back and it’s here to stay. Rivalry between Russia and the West comes with significant global implications.
The burst of violence in Iraq, which has seemed to be all about religion and military developments, is actually mostly about politics.
Widespread myths about Hamas make it difficult for the West to accurately predict how Hamas is likely to act.
If negotiating parties agreed to help Iran stockpile fuel for the Bushehr nuclear power reactor, Tehran could focus on research and development not industrial-scale enrichment.
The BRICS bank is good news for developing countries. If done right, it could change the landscape for multilateral development financing.
Egypt continues to struggle with an authoritarian media sector and constraints on freedom of expression.
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Current tensions will not only test Indonesia’s democratic institutions but also the democratic credentials of its leaders and their followers.
There is a stark danger in backing a military strongman whose vague definition of terrorism includes nonviolent Islamist political groups. | عربي