The Sisi government is laying the foundation for officials to act with sweeping powers—and little accountability.
The rapid rise of the Islamic State means core assumptions driving policy on Syria must be rethought.
Turkey simply can’t afford to keep regime change in Syria at the top of its foreign policy agenda.
The EU made a mistake when it compromised with Russia and delayed the implementation of its free trade agreement with Ukraine.
Afghanistan’s new government is likely to be as corrupt and even more fractured and contested than the Karzai government.
At its core, the fighting in Libya is about two centers of power vying for the mantle of legitimacy in a country devoid of any workable institutions.
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