The United States and its allies put in place new financial and oil sanctions last week meant to change Iran’s calculus on its nuclear program.
Ken Sofer shows that the terrorist organization is significantly weaker a year after its leader’s death.
Issue Brief Ken Sofer explains why China's long-standing noninterventionist foreign policy strategy is changing with China's rising economic and political realities.
Ken Sofer and Jennifer Addison discuss why we need to acknowledge the growing number of female attacks in our counterterrorism strategy.
The unexpected death of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il creates uncertainty in North Korea; China could help stabilize the region, write Rudy deLeon and Ken Sofer.
Single-minded effort to counter AQAP will only allow conditions to deteriorate further, enabling AQAP gains, write Ken Gude and Ken Sofer.
Turkey is straying from its successful rise with recent heated rhetoric against Israel, write Michael Werz and Ken Sofer.
We’ve been successful in dismantling transnational terrorist networks such as Al Qaeda in the last 10 years, writes Ken Sofer. But we need to prepare for smaller, domestic threats.
The company’s alleged activities likely constitute violations of the law, writes Ken Sofer.
The political revolutions in the Middle East are forcing Turkey to reevaluate its foreign policy in the region, write Ken Sofer and Tyler Evans.
A visit by the secretary of state to meet with Yemen’s vice president can help push the political transition along and form a stable government that can tackle the country’s many challenges, say Ken Gude, Ken Sofer, and Aaron Gurley.
The Obama administration unveiled a promising new strategy to fight terrorism this week that will use smaller, more targeted operations, write Ken Gude, Ken Sofer, and Aaron Gurley.
Issue Brief The Yemeni president's forced departure provides a window for more direct U.S. engagement to resolve the crisis in the country, write Ken Gude and Ken Sofer.