Delays in the decommissioning of Moro rebels and other measures threaten the fragile peace in the newly created Bangsamoro Autonomous Region.
Originally published in The Diplomat
Originally published in The New York Times
Originally published in World Politics Review
Ten years later, where have the 2011 uprisings left the Arab world?
Originally published in Valdai Discussion Club
Originally published in Arms Control Association
Originally published in Istituto Per Gli Studi Di Politica Internazionale (ISPI)
Washington’s latest idea of a transitional government would be worse than the dysfunctional status quo.
Originally published in Foreign Policy
Few nations have seen their dreams and hopes dashed as quickly and ruthlessly as South Sudan. As the country approaches its 10-year anniversary, the risk of a return to full-blown conflict is never far away.
Opposition politicians in Venezuela face a difficult set of choices. But the sooner they face up to them, the sooner Venezuela can begin to tackle the enormous challenges of a much-needed political transition and economic reconstruction.