Regions / Europe & Central Asia
Columnist Conn Hallinan warns that conflicts in Iran and Georgia might soon be eclipsed by simmering tension elsewhere.
Russia didn't have to look back to ancient times to learn how to invade another country.
A sheep farm in the middle of a city? Only in Rome...
It's time for the UN to step up to the plate and help resolve the conflict.
The United States must start treating Russia as it is, rather than as the United States would like it to be.
The United States did not simply watch from the sidelines during the war between Russia and Georgia.
Columnist Michael Klare explains that the war between Russia and Georgia centers around a critical oil pipeline that runs through South Ossetia and that Russia doesn't control.
The question of what governments want from sport turns out to be a good deal easier to answer than the question of what they get.
No one seems to be listening to the Afghans. We should be.
Europe and the U.S. should back the beleaguered Turkish government because of the role a democratic Turkey can play in both stabilizing and liberalizing the Middle East.