The flow of migrants to Europe has increased dramatically over the past year even as their trips become more dangerous.
The election of a far-right president in Austria on December 4 would have far-reaching consequences for the European Union.
Tajikistan, plagued by frequent widespread blackouts, has begun construction of an ambitious dam project that could significantly ease the country’s perennial energy shortages. However, in a region notorious for water disputes, neighboring Uzbekistan is staunchly opposed to the dam. A long-term solution is essential to maintaining peace in the region.
NATO must make clear to Moscow that a cyberattack aimed at undermining an ally’s institutional integrity will be met with retaliatory measures.
This event brings together the policy experts from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace’s global network and the technical experts at Carnegie Mellon University.
The Donald Trump administration is beginning to take shape, but still has a long way to go in identifying personnel and defining policy goals, particularly in Asia.
Troubling political developments in the run-up to Ghana’s December elections have shed light on the limits of its democratic gains.
The impending fall of rebel-held eastern Aleppo is a sign of the Syrian government’s success in using siege tactics that cut residents off from much-needed commodities like fuel.
Class, not caste, may gradually become the dominant repertoire of competition between parties in Gujarat and elsewhere in India.
The death of former Cuban leader Fidel Castro and the imminent arrival of Donald Trump as U.S. president offer Europeans a chance to reassess their approach to security.