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Each setback to peace in the southern Philippines has encouraged more radical insurgents.
Divided and defeated, Kurdish hopes for an independent state have seemingly been dashed.
Overturning the protected status for foreign nationals will hasten the northern exodus of migrants.
President Moon is determined to take back control of South Korea’s operational command from the US.
A hollow response to the Marawi siege could invite a new terrorist wave across Southeast Asia.
Geopolitical tensions, foreign fighters and sectarian tensions will fuel further conflict.
Short-termism by Washington and Tel Aviv will likely have them rue their decision to leave UNESCO.
National strategic interests have taken precedent over the suffering of hundreds of thousands.
Regional actors are hoping President Kiir and former Vice President Machar can commit to peace.