In a region where popular democratic revolutions have repeatedly been marginalized or crushed through force, Sudan appears to be on the brink of achieving something remarkable
Following several months of negotiations in Doha between U.S. officials and Taliban leaders, an agreement on bringing the war in Afghanistan to a formally recognized end now seems imminent
In both Hong Kong and in Moscow, long-simmering undercurrents of political opposition have pitted protesters against their unrepresentative authoritarian governments
As fires burn in the Arctic region and glacial ice melts at an accelerating pace in Greenland, the impact of rapid climate change is undeniable
Amidst escalating tensions in the Persian Gulf, which has included attacks on commercial oil tankers in and around the Strait of Hormuz, officials from the United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.) recently met with their counterparts in Iran to discuss maritime security