An analysis by Sidar Global Advisors on the protests in Turkey.
An interview: A Turkish Spring? Over 1,000 Injured as Anti-Government Protests Spread Outside of Istanbul
An analysis by Sidar Global Advisors on the US targeted-killing campaign against al Qaeda and the closing of the Guantanamo Bay military prison.
An analysis by Sidar Global Advisors on the Russian missile delivery to the Syrian government.
The United States should invite Iran to the Geneva II talks on Syria and consider it a start for a more expansive regional dialogue.
Russia has sent a dozen or more warships to patrol waters near its naval base in Syria, a buildup that U.S. and European officials see as a newly aggressive stance meant partly to warn the West and Israel not to intervene in Syria's bloody civil war.
An analysis by Sidar Global Advisors on the bombing at the Turkish-Syrian border last Saturday.
Hackers have accessed designs for more than two dozen major U.S. weapons systems, according to a devastating classified report a Pentagon advisor shared with the Washington Post.
As Iran’s elections draw near, the six candidates are upping the ante, participating in televised debates and nationwide tours in a bid to win the vote and secure their place as the country’s next president.
Kalem Journal had the chance to talk to Uta Zapf, deputy of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) and chairperson of the subcommittee for "Disarmament, Arms Control, and Nonproliferation" of the Foreign Affairs Committee Germany.