As the United States and China become great power rivals, India could decide the course of geopolitics in Eurasia this century.
Over time, North America will see two significant powers. In the short run, Mexico's traditional strategic problems will remain.
Militants in the Sinai have targeted tribal leaders, though whether this is wise remains to be seen.
The fate of the South China Sea story actually lies for the most part with China.
Israel faces a crisis stemming from unraveling regional strategies, a lack of confidence and a political system incapable of unity.
Militant Islamism is not primarily responsible for instability in the region despite claims to the contrary.
It is not Putin's so-called immorality in foreign affairs that threatens Russia, it is the fact that he is not a modernizer.
Contemporary investors have taken a dramatic exception -- the period between 1991 and 2008 -- to be the norm.