20 Years Later, Tajikistan Rewrites Civil War History
By Catherine Putz
Samantha Power and US Sri Lanka Policy
By Taylor Dibbert
President Putin of Ukraine?
By Greg Austin
How Geopolitics Doomed the Clash of Civilizations
It’s been 20 years since Huntington’s Foreign Affairs article was published. Why his thesis hasn’t come to pass.
Top 5 Lessons From The Battle of Gettysburg: 150 Years On
The clash “was about far more than repulsing a Confederate invasion of the North.”
The Real Source of American Power: Its Rivers
Control of the high seas is important; control of internal rivers is imperative.
Pestilence, Natural Disasters and Death
Our Naval Diplomat notes that the nondiscriminatory character of natural disasters is worth remembering.
Nepal's Long Road To Peace
With the integration of Maoist fighters faltering and growing political gridlock, the entire peace process is in jeopardy.
Young, Restless--But Not Failed Yet
Ten years after voting for independence even the opposition is upbeat about Timor-Leste’s future, reports Anthony Anderton. But the country still faces daunting obstacles for long-term stability.
Sri Lanka - The New Great Game
The defeat of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam in May brought an end to Sri Lanka’s civil war. But the conflict also shed light on a bitter geopolitical struggle taking place against the backdrop of the declining influence of the West and the emerging influence of India and China. Sergei DeSilva-Ranasinghe explores the implications of Sri Lanka’s evolving foreign policy.