Articles by Scheherazade Rehman
While the United States has been busy trying to route out Islamic extremism in Afghanistan, Somalia, Yemen and Pakistan, other extremist groups have had a resurgence in North Africa.
The financial crisis showed capitalism and market economies may not be the best long-term path to economic prosperity.
If there is no international convention allowing defensive and offensive actions, all countries are vulnerable regardless of their domestic cyber capabilities.
Outgoing Prime Minister Mario Monti has indicated that he is open to leading a centrist coalition in 2013 that will be a new third-party.
Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti will leave office in 2013, a move that will endanger the reforms that have been enacted in the country.
China should beware of keeping its population poor, hungry, and suppressed.
If South Africa ever hopes to become a global superpower, it must attempt to equalize the economic playing field.
It is unlikely Brazil will be able to extend its influence beyond Latin America.
There have been a lot of positive developments in India, but the growth of the business class does not accurately represent the entire country.
No country in the world truly controls its growth or wealth plan, but the United States should be cautious about its declining influence.