Articles by Andrew Natsios
Despite North Korea's successful missile launch, the country's regime may not be far from implosion.
The U.S. must refrain from adopting a confrontational policy towards Pakistan, but it must also strengthen relations with India.
A coup in Sudan would only have installed another faction of the Muslim Brotherhood into power, as true supporters of democracy haven't been able to unify behind a leader.
The international community must include a discussion of human rights in any negotiations with North Korea.
Famine could lead to dangerous instability for North Korea, with consequences reverberating around the globe.
The risk of uprisings in China is not as farfetched as some may think.
If the Muslim Brotherhood is allowed to take hold in Tunisia and Egypt has it has in Sudan, there Arab Spring will turn into an Arab Winter.
Any further international intervention in Libya must address their dangerous weapons arsenal before the tools of destruction end up in the hands of terrorist organizations.
In the fight against Syria's Bashar al-Assad, the United States finds itself on the same side as al-Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood.
The rest of the world has a strategic interest in preventing further economic pressure from being put on Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood government.