Hague said the turbulence in the Middle East was the most significant event of the 21st century so far, but urged optimism over the prospects for peaceful democracy in the region.
EGYPT faces new polarization and the potential for further violence after a crackdown on supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi turned into a bloodbath, analysts say.
EGYPT’S latest bloodshed has underlined what experts say is the weakened influence of the United States, which turned a blind eye to a coup while advocating a return to democracy.
AS AL-QAEDA marks its 25th anniversary this month, analysts say the recent security threat in Yemen shows the organization's center of gravity is shifting away from its historic base in Pakistan.
INDIA unveiled its first indigenously-built aircraft carrier on Monday, a landmark moment in the $5 billion project that seeks to project the country's power and check the rising influence of China.
THE WAR IN SYRIA poses the greatest threat to US security because of the risk of the government falling and the country becoming a weapons-rich haven for Al-Qaeda, a CIA official says.