Tensions in Pakistan are running high. So, to resupply U.S. troops in Afghanistan, Washington’s having to cut deals with some very unsavory regimes.
Is Georgia's elfin billionaire and new political phenomenon big enough to take down President Mikheil Saakashvili?
In the cage of justice, sometimes a courtroom's verdict is long foretold.
From Minsk to Cairo, the nonviolent democratic uprisings of the past decade have been influenced by the tactics and imagery of Serbia's 2000 Bulldozer Revolution.
It's time to stop seeing the South Caucasus as a geopolitical chessboard.
Amid Obama's foreign-policy woes, his subtle handling of Russia’s Tbilisi policy represents a bright spot.
A number of leaders around the world are on the ropes right now. That's not necessarily a bad thing.
Why one of the United States' staunchest allies still needs its strong support.
Georgia's new foreign minister tells FP what his country needs from the United States.
It’s time for the West to realize that Mikheil Saakashvili is no saint and that Georgia is not quite an innocent victim.