Afghanistan's presidential elections could make the final withdrawal of NATO forces much easier and more feasible.
By Wright Smith
Explaining the Tuareg Rebellion in Mali
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An account of Eritreans in Israel and their perilous journey there.
In light of Putin’s aggression, the question remains whether President Obama’s foreign policy deals effectively with crises like Ukraine or not.
HPR writers analyze the situation in Egypt following the ouster of Hosni Mubarak in 2011. What comes after protests, constitutional reform, and governmental transition?
You might miss the rapidly unfolding human drama if you follow only American news sources.
As the protests have escalated to more dangerous levels, the international media remains largely inactive.
The Venezuelan government's crackdowns on protesters are emblematic of its history and its failures.
On the border with Syria, lingering ethnic tensions left over from the post-Hussein government form the basis of continued fighting.
The December 31 deadline for complete destruction of Syria’s chemical weapons will not be met.
In a conversation with His Excellency Hassan Sheikh Mohamoud and spokesperson Abdirahman Omar Osman, the President of Somalia told the HPR...
Why the Iran deal is just another sad reminder of Europe’s diminishing role in international dealings