The immediate future of Libya will be determined overwhelmingly by the Libyan people themselves. Critics of NATO’s intervention in Libya should explain whether this outcome is unacceptable to them, and if so, why.
South Sudan, on the verge of nationhood, has a lot of oil but faces enormous challenges.
The United States can learn from the mistakes made in Iraq to craft a new approach to Afghanistan.
The United States did not simply watch from the sidelines during the war between Russia and Georgia.
The war that broke out last week between Russia and Georgia is a terrifying reminder that the disintegration of the Soviet Union is far from over.
Forty years after the historic 1968 Olympics, the eyes of the world are focused on Beijing.
Will George W. Bush, prodded by his pitchfork-wielding vice president, bomb Iran before the end of his term?
Washington must balance human rights and regional stability in its response to Beijing over Tibet.
Violence against women, violation of local autonomy, and contamination of the environment are all part of the U.S. military footprint in Asia.
After Kosovo’s declaration of independence, is the world heading toward a proliferation of new states?
A look at how to effectively petition to bring troops home from Iraq.
Nationalism is once again getting a makeover.
Was the United States too hasty in recognizing the new state of Kosovo? Ian Williams and Stephen Zunes have different takes.
The United States should have thought twice about rushing to recognize the new state of Kosovo.
Kosovo has declared its independence from Serbia. But there are still a few obstacles in the path of statehood.