Within America, there exists a wide-spread outcry to call attention to the expense of military bases abroad--an issue which has the ability to receive support from both the right and the left.
Half a year into his presidency, Peru's Ollanta Humala has not been the Chavez clone his critics predicted.
Iraq knows that Iran -- unlike America and other Western forces -- is there to stay.
Economic sanctions have not persuaded Iran to give up its nuclear program, so it's time to try something different.
The recent ICC indictment of four Kenyans represents a model for international involvement in conflict resolution in Africa.
New avenues for dialogue between the United States and Iran are needed to prevent minor confrontations from igniting a full-scale war.
The Arab revolts disrupted a dispiriting pattern in the Arab world, and these political and intellectual challenges continue to resonate.
The victory of Islamists in Egypt is a victory for democracy.
With diplomacy getting short shrift, Western containment of a nuclear Iran may be the only alternative to war in an increasingly militaristic climate.
Africa can do better than invest faith and state resources in yet another Ponzi scheme -- the "privatisation of the air."