Globalization benefits big cities. Rural areas and small towns feel left behind, even if they’re not necessarily poor.
Geopolitics shape events, not the other way around. The assassination does not upset Russo-Turkish relations.
Historical and geographical divisions help explain why Marine and Marion Maréchal-Le Pen are at odds.
Donald Trump’s pact doesn’t make sense: Neither Bashar Assad nor Russia is interested in defeating the Islamists.
If Donald Trump pushes China too far on Taiwan, its leaders may feel they have no choice but to respond.
The German leader was never a multiculturalist and must guard her right flank ahead of next year’s election.
America did not change. It was manipulated by a minority that seeks a return to autarky and America First.
Belgium asks for a review of investor-state tribunals and an evaluation of the treaty’s environmental impact.
So long as neither Britain nor the EU is prepared to compromise, a “hard” exit is the most likely outcome.
The war in Yemen has three dimensions, only one of which directly affects the United States.
Age-old stereotypes about the Middle East do little to help us make sense of the war in Syria today.
Ethnically homogenous and rich in resources, Uzbekistan can afford some independence from Russia.