Wars may have helped, rather than hindered, human progress.
In northeast Africa, a microcosm of today's world, the risk of interstate water war is never beyond the realm of possibility.
Putin must wish America well in its war against the Islamic State, and hope that it goes on for a long time.
The story of success is often the story of coming back from some sort of failure and adversity.
Energy, not ideology, is modern Russia's most powerful tool for influence in Europe.
The wars of the 21st century will be different from those of the 20th because of the culmination of the first stage of the Information Age.
America's friends in the Middle East have been — and will continue to be — autocrats.
Obama's legacy is only partially written. It could get better. But it could also get worse.
Beijing vocally opposes a U.S. proposal to deploy an anti-ballistic missile system, which could be a step toward eroding Chinese nuclear deterrence.
These potential outcomes have divergent consequences for the West African country's post-election political stability.
Stratfor asks and answers the important questions about the Greek financial crisis.
Living conditions in Yemen will only get worse in the coming years, necessitating international intervention.