Issues / Democracy & Governance
The European Union is gradually absorbing the Balkans, but it's far from a done deal.
The dinosaur of the nation-state is headed towards the tar pits.
A renewed engagement with the ICC suggests that the Obama administration is interested in shaping international law while remaining immune to prosecution under the very laws it helps develop.
A new world order is emerging from the wreckage of Afghanistan and Iraq, and Turkey will be a major player in it.
The stakes are high at the G20, and the cards stacked against progressive financial reform.
In the security biz, so-called "black swans" blindside you and maybe even inflict a career-ending injury.
The United Nations is not just about governments. Civil society has played an increasingly important role in UN deliberations.
How Turkey is chasing China to become the next big thing.
Should the United States oppose the International Criminal Court's endeavor to activate its jurisdiction over the crime of aggression?
Despite spending more than half a billion dollars over the last quarter century, U.S. government broadcasts to Cuba have gained only a tiny audience and have had virtually no effect on the island's politics, according to a new report by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.