Abkhazians consider their identity to be of utmost important to the survival of their country, but this results in problems for the country's minorities.
The gang violence in the Northern Triangle of Central America has generated deaths and humanitarian needs only comparable to Syria.
With the recent death of former president Saleh in Yemen, what is next for this war-torn and impoverished Arab country?
The ICC has many problems, but Burundi is the first country to actually leave it. Hopefully, it will serve as a wake-up call to improve the global pursuit of justice.
The DR Congo currently finds itself at a crossroads and the involvement of the international community will be decisive in the coming months.
Stuck between Russia and NATO, Georgia is seeking membership of the latter. Is this dream ultimately going to be fulfilled or will it prove to be an illusion?
Peace seems as distant as ever in Myanmar. Will Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi bring an end to the conflict with her country’s Muslim minority?
Elections are coming up in the Netherlands and questions should be asked about how the rise of populism and a diplomatic row with Turkey may affect the outcome.
The non-recognition policy created adverse effects for the interests of the European Union. Recognition may be a solution, but thorny legal and geopolitical issues remain.
During the last Presidential Elections, it became clear that once again both candidates were distincly pro-Israeli. To find out why, we dug into the relationship between Israel and U.S. elections.