Progress in GCC-Qatar dispute. There are promising signs at the Gulf Cooperation Council summit in Saudi Arabia that Gulf tensions are easing. Qatar sent its prime minister to the summit – the highest-level official dispatched by that country to the summit in two years – and indicated a possible warming of relations with GCC countries […]
There have been many lessons drawn from the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. One was that wars need not begin according to international law....
Things between the U.S. and North Korea have been relatively quiet since 2018; expect this to change dramatically in 2020.
Greece expels the Turkish ambassador to Athens, and German industry shows more signs of contraction.
With its maritime deal with Libya, Ankara is harkening back to the peak of the Ottoman Empire’s influence.
The Pentagon hasn’t commented on recent attacks in Iraq, but leaks provide some details.
North Korea tells the U.S. it's running out of time to negotiate, and NATO members meet in London.
A partnership between Moscow and Beijing has always been elusive.