Washington is once again playing with the dangerous notion of a 'limited' nuclear war.
Peak U.S. troop strength in Afghanistan was 100,000 in 2010-2011. If that did not deliver victory, how will boosting it from 8,500 to 12,500 do it now?
The repercussions of the August 1947 partition of India continue to shake the subcontinent today.
The Trump White House of late resembles the final scene in the Tarentino crime thriller "Reservoir Dogs."
North Korea will probably get its nuclear deterrent in the end, and we will all learn to accept it.
The stakes are rising to perilous levels in the international rivalry between Moscow and Washington.
Last weekend Donald Trump made the stupidest U.S. foreign policy commitment since the decision 60 years ago to take France's place in fighting the "communist menace" in Vietnam.
The Trump administration may have pushed a military confrontation with North Korea precisely in order to pre-empt Moon Jae-in's new Sunshine Policy.
The "populist wave" that seemed to be sweeping through Western politics turns out to be merely a storm in the Anglosphere teacup.
A referendum approving amendments to Turkey's constitution will give President Erdogan vast new powers.