Increased security leads terrorists to try bigger attacks, seek out vulnerabilities or look for easier targets.
The Indian Ocean is the maritime organizing principle in which East Asia and the Middle East increasingly interact.
Changing circumstances have led Moscow to revamp its energy strategy in order to maintain its strength and stability.
The recent bombing of the U.S. Embassy in Ankara was precisely the type of attack the security measures were meant to counter.
George H.W. Bush's caution and restraint allowed great things to happen peacefully in the world.
The United States is capitalizing on Iran's weakened position in the region to attempt another round of diplomacy with Tehran.
Foreign powers' actions in the Syrian conflict will have long-term consequences, particularly for Saudi Arabia.
The region constitutes the world's most fascinating geopolitical experiment.