America marks another anniversary, and a libertarian think-tank does good work in arguing against a state of permanent warfare.
Ten years ago, Russia and Georgia went to war. Remembering what happened then might help us now, but it might not.
Cambodia's autocrat predictably wins an "election", but the international community shows little interest.
A left-right contest in Colombia puts in question the country's economic future and the continuation of the peace deal with its left-wing rebels.
Lebanon's long-delayed general election is a poor result for its prime minister, but he may still contrive to keep his job.
A new feature: links to some recent material that readers should find interesting.
One from the archive, as the Vietnam War recedes further into the past.
Another step forward for democracy in West Africa, but it brings reminders of a brutal civil war.
Lenin and the Bolsheviks took power a century ago. Much blood has flowed under the bridge since then.
Prime minister Shinzo Abe is seeking a fresh mandate, and seems unlikely to have much trouble getting it.