Regions / Europe & Central Asia
Donald Trump attempts to take out his electoral adversaries one by one, Mafia-style.
After another failed escalation in Syria, the Turkish president is increasingly isolated abroad and under scrutiny at home.
Trump has sent more new troops to the Middle East than he’s bringing home from Afghanistan.
Whether it’s Russian hackers, deadly viruses, or unscrupulous investors, the Trump administration has made it much easier for some foreign agents to destabilize the United States.
Despite well documented abuses in the kingdom, the spigot of aid and arms from the U.S. and U.K. remains open.
Alarmingly, the Trump administration is shredding arms control agreements and deploying “more usable” nuclear weapons.
Democratic candidates offer a wide range of foreign policy views. These won’t decide the election, but they could have a huge post-Trump impact.
Prospects for unification will have less to do with ancient hatreds than with health care, schools, housing, and jobs.
Americans were taught to associate “socialism” with dictatorship and “capitalism” with democracy. Are those days over?
Turkey has been bogged down in Syria for nearly a decade. Why is it gambling on Libya, too?