Articles by Andrew Natsios
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.
It remains to be seen whether Venezuela will now change course and return to democratic pluralism and a free market economic system.
It's time for the United States to make clear they will increase military assistance in Sudan if the North and South can't come to an agreement.
There is a growing concern that North Korea now has both nuclear weapons and the means to deliver them.
Western leaders must recognize the threat of al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb in North Africa.
The combination of former senators Joe Biden, Chuck Hagel, and John Kerry is not a recipe for success.