The steady militarisation of U.S. foreign policy has hampered its ability to address real security concerns that threaten not just American people but the entire planet.
Anatol Lieven, who has covered wars in Afghanistan, Chechnya and Southern Caucasus, speaks on the U.S. legacy and the Taliban’s rise.
Moscow’s anti-U.S. rhetoric has suddenly been toned down, signaling a potential change in attitude and direction.
What will it actually take for the two-decades long war in Afghanistan to end and for Afghanis to finally live in peace?
Regional power plays, the Palestinian problem and some shady dealmakers all playing a role.
Beijing is setting a new tone for easing tensions and rivalry in the historically volatile region.