John Kerry’s ceasefire proposal for Gaza has probably destroyed what remained of the United States’ influence in the Middle East, at least for the duration of this administration’s tenure.
With the EU set to enact sanctions, an international tribunal ruled that Russia is liable for $50 billion to former shareholders of Yukos—a total that amounts to a sizable share of the nation’s economic output. But Putin remains defiant.
After twelve eventful years as Prime Minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan is running for President. He’s planning to transfer power to that office and away from the Prime Minister’s.
Hospitals are profiting big time from Obamacare, but simply dumping new patients into a dysfunctional system isn’t likely to solve the long-term problems plaguing U.S. health care.
The West is treating the fighting in eastern Ukraine as a sui generis crisis, rather than what it is: part of Putin’s larger strategy.
Good evening, podcast listeners! On this week’s episode, we discuss two of the biggest flashpoints in the world right now: TAI Editor Adam Garfinkle lends his expertise to a discussion about the war in Gaza, and Johns Hopkins University law professor Ruth Wedgwood speaks on the legal implications of the downing of flight MH17.
Anti-Israel protestors in Europe are flying the black ISIS flag. This is not only a sign of the growing threat of anti-Semitism in Europe, but could also pose new challenges for Europe’s anti-terror policies.
Britain is issuing new licenses for oil and gas drilling for the first time in six years. The country won’t find replicating U.S. shale success simple or easy, but this latest move is a step in the right direction.
As ISIS goes on a rampage in Syria, the US finally moves to arm some moderates. Unfortunately, it’s probably not enough to stop the coming bloodbath – or turn it to our advantage.
China tested an anti-satellite missile this week. The more threats that Beijing can pose to the military assets of potential enemies, the more costly and complicated it becomes to build defenses against China’s rise.