The West’s desire to isolate Russia does not seem to resonate in Asia where powers’ interests trump liberal ideals.
The uprisings may look similar, but only a superficial analysis would conclude they are.
Both New York’s new mayor, Bill de Blasio, and Egypt’s government put populism before sane economic policy.
As Portugal faces local elections, calls to weaken fiscal consolidation efforts are growing louder.
African power struggles are becoming less ideological in a multipolar world.
France intervenes militarily in Mali to solve a problem of its own making.
Mediterranean society discourages individualism, undermining democracy.
The breakup of Mali is a price Western powers are willing to pay for removing Gaddafi.