Egyptians should prepare for another year of struggle, with the country's future resting with two powers unfamiliar with their role now: the military and the Muslim Brotherhood. Read more on ForeignAffairs.com »
While the address emphasized Obama's economic revival plans, he made clear that he sees national security as one of his strengths and he intends to make the most of it in the presidential campaign ahead. Read more »
Election year or not, the United States cannot afford yet another year of inaction in Washington, and compromises can be made, outside of the glare of campaign year drama. Read more on "Renewing America" »
Political and business leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos are focused on the ongoing eurozone sovereign debt crisis, with some cautioning that Germany is not doing enough to resolve the crisis and facilitate growth. Read the Analysis Brief »
Horrific Boko Haram attacks over the weekend in Kano, Nigeria left over two hundred dead. Though Boko Haram's leaders claim that police abuse was the motivation for the bombings, many of the victims were innocent Muslims. Read more on "Africa in Transition" »
The United States needs a visa screening system that will benefit U.S. security and the economy by focusing scrutiny on high-risk travelers and speeding approval for low-risk ones. Read the Policy Innovation Memo »
The next president will be forced to address the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in "a different Middle East context," as possible leadership transitions on both sides will affect the context in which the peace process is pursued. Watch the video »
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