The bloodshed in Iraq has only increased since the U.S.' withdrawal, but is it the Maliki government and its repression of Sunni interests, that is to blame?
The first signs of a major peace deal between the Israelis and Palestinians loom on the horizon. Could this be the the start of solution?
Much work needs to be done to improve ties between Russian, Europe, and the U.S. — or else security situations like the Syrian civil war or Iran's nuclear program will remain unresolved.
Tensions between the Tunisian government and the Salafists of Ansar Al-Sharia, the main jihadist movement in the country, have seriously built up in the last weeks. Could it explode into war?
Is it too early to begin gauging the success or failure of the American foreign-policy pivot to Asia?
North Koreans have seized a Chinese fishing boat and are demanding $100,000 in ransom. Could they be operating on the bequest of the government?
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The collapse of minority regimes across the Levant historically bodes poorly for Syria's future and even worse for possible U.S. military intervention.