NATO's drawdown of forces in Afghanistan coincides with the stepping down of President Hamid Karzai.
The new president will face a divided domestic political arena, economic pressures and a hostile regional sectarian landscape.
A once-unthinkable visit to the White House by Myanmar's president shows that Washington is serious about finding partners in Southeast Asia.
The potential modification of the EU's legal framework raises questions about its future.
The European crisis is making it difficult for Francois Hollande to fulfill his campaign promises one year after assuming the presidency.
Afghanistan and Pakistan could become an arena for Saudi-Iranian rivalry once again.
Waltz's neorealism informs Stratfor's worldview, but theory cannot replace rigorous economic and geographic study.
As the European Union looks back at its beginning, the bloc is still working to ensure its future.