Turkey appears to have overlooked the anger bubbling among its own Kurds towards its Syria policy.
The mixture of economic weakness and political confusion present in today’s Central Europe is a potential threat to European cohesion vis-a-vis Russia.
A stagnating Western Balkan economy (and a weaker EU) has made Bulgaria the battleground of Russia's energy projects and Western pushback.
The EU is at risk of fundamentally misunderstanding Russia’s motivations in its foreign policy, which could spell real danger.
Russia’s official reaction to the French tragedy was little more than diplomatic correctness.
In the face of a common enemy in IS, public demand for Kurdish unity across borders is growing.
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Andrew Small will talk about the ramifications of Sino-Pakistani ties for the West, India, Afghanistan, and Asia.
Using international stabilization forces to restore order in Libya, Syria or Nigeria, let alone two or more at once, in 2015 will prove to be a daunting task.
With the Eurasian Economic Union to become a reality in 2015, Moscow is out to sell it to Europe.
Despite a plethora of quite fixable problems, Americans seem increasingly inclined just to look the other way.
France's response to the terrorist attacks shows strength and unity, but also underlying anger.
The EEU is President Nursultan Nazarbaev’s pet project, but membership carries risks for Kazakhstan.
Observations of a vacillating, hesitating superpower does not yet amount to the international community buying into the theory of America’s “decline.”
The West needs to push regional actors to assume their responsibilities in confronting the threat posed by IS.
What’s missing from the debate across Europe is any real analysis of the root causes driving outbursts of violence like we’ve seen in Paris.
We must not make the mistake of building trenches and hate when what we need are bridges and effective policies