Articles by Andrew Natsios
There’s no evidence the White House thought through the consequences of its Iran nuclear deal.
There are several points of tension simmering beneath the surface in this African country.
Without credible military force, a diplomatic solution will be difficult to find.
The country's future will be decided by the resolution of its legitimacy crisis, its economic crisis and its Nile crisis.
Protests from Brazil to Russia show that developing economies still have a long way to go.
Over the past year, the stability of North and South Sudan has steadily deteriorated.
The World Bank is considering killing a key report on economic development.
Congress should approve the reforms, but only if they protect the independence of the food aid budget.
Will some unexpected event ignite war on the Korean peninsula?
President Obama is undermining America's important influence in the region.