Though quiet, Egypt also fears the Iran nuclear deal.
"The name of the game for Iran is to maximize the damage on Israeli and U.S. interests without provoking a conventional military assault."
The West should encourage Iran's reintegration into the global economy. But if it cheats...
Saudi Arabia is tearing a nation apart and empowering Al Qaeda. So why is America onboard?
Europe may no longer be the global force it was in centuries past, but its armed forces operate potent instruments of hard power.
"The idea . . . is that you delay strong action pending a good deal, only to later announce that you had no choice but to accept a bad deal."
"Today, Asia is in one of its most peaceful periods in modern history...It hasn’t always been this way."
To engage, or to balance? That is the question.
"The next president would do well to have a Mel Laird 2.0 standing by his or her side."
The simmering immigration issue has bubbled over in the last few days because of a particular situation at the French port of Calais.
"The Japanese economy is in a race between the need to increase economic growth, which seems to be gradually taking hold, and the pressing urgency to control debt."
There is one key player that might be able to bridge the gap between the North and the South.
While Turkey's policies appear to help ISIS, it is actually more interested in fighting the Kurds.
Iran has been seeking the right to master Western technology for over two centuries.
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