Last year, U.S.-trained forces in Tajikistan attacked the town of Khorog. But townspeople fought back, and they're ready to do it again.
A new study looks at news consumption habits in Iran.
The leading GOP candidates says he would "reset the reset," but what does that really mean?
The Obama administration wants to promote trade along the ancient route that once went through Iran
The former secretary of state's memoir calls into question the view, held by many U.S. Republicans, that Russia began the 2008 war
Most analysts seem to agree that the antiquity-era trade route is never coming back, so why is it America's new favorite idea for Central Asia?
As the U.S. and NATO plan to leave Afghanistan, Russia faces a security challenge it's not ready for and an alliance with the U.S. that suddenly looks less attractive
From K Street lobbying to interviews with Newsweek, Georgia is doing everything it can to secure American arms against Russia. But is that really a good idea?
President Nazarbayev's reelection campaign was as much spectacle as sham
Getting supplies to Afghanistan may be worth cozying up to Uzbekistan—for now.
Will Greenland become the Nigeria of the Arctic?
The spies who loved me