Regions / Europe & Central Asia
As success in Afghanistan becomes more uncertain, Conn Hallinan argues that the problem is not Afghanistan, but the entire concept of counterinsurgency.
Is Pakistan's Taliban motivated by unfair taxation -- like our founding fathers?
In the aftermath of the Gaza flotilla in May, a powerful new alliance may be emerging in the Middle East.
The Greek economic crisis is not about living beyond one's means, reports columnist Walden Bello from Athens. It's the same story of unregulated financial speculation all over again.
The weakening of the U.S.-Israel relationship will remap the Middle East but also likely usher in a new Pax Americana in the region.
In the aftermath of the violence in Kyrgyzstan this summer, women are again coming together for common action.
What can you get for a trillion dollars? A new report looks at how how the Pentagon can contribute significantly to deficit reduction while advancing national security goals.
Less than a year ago, General David Petraeus saluted smartly and pledged his loyal support for President Obama's decision to start withdrawing U.S. forces from Afghanistan in July 2011.
Nearly a week after the abrupt departure of Washington's top commander in Afghanistan, U.S. strategy for reversing the flood of bad news that has been recently pouring out of that strife-torn country remains as unclear as ever.
The East African Community has accelerated negotiations with Europe for an Economic Partnership Agreement. The race is on for negotiators and lobbyists to either let Europe in or keep it out.