Russia Tries to Balance India and China
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We Lost the War in Afghanistan. Get Over It.
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How an Alliance System Withers
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The End of the Wilsonian Century?
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The Russian-Iranian Axis: An Eternal Marriage (Of Convenience)
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War and Peace
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Maximum Pressure on Germany Is a Big Mistake
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The Twilight of the Global Order
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Prelude to a Conflict: The Psychology of Modern Warfare
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World War II Teaches Us How World War III Could Happen (And Would Be Hell)
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Asia’s Coming Era of Unpredictability
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Russia and China’s Strategic Marriage of Convenience
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A Japan-South Korea Dispute Hundreds of Years in the Making
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Corrupt Anti-Corruption Campaigns
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The new Middle East
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Russia and China's Cosplay Alliance
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‘America First’ Trump suddenly needs the rest of the world

 
Op-eds, Comments & Reports
 

  • Coming Soon to the United Nations: Chinese Leadership and Authoritarian Values
  • The Great Anti-China Tech Alliance
  • What comes after Brexit?
  • Dangerous Demographics: China's Population Problem Will Eclipse Its Ambitions
  • Israel and the decline of the liberal order
  • China’s Plan for a New World Order: Review of Maçães’ Belt and Road
  • Is England Still Part of Europe?
  • How should NATO respond to China’s growing power?
  • John Bolton, the hawk, takes flight
  • The decline of Arab unity
  • Why Is China Afraid of a Few Free Market Academics?
  • How the European Union Lost Its Luster
  • How Not to Run the World
  • The Eurasian Chord and the Oceanic Ring: Russia and India as the Third Force in a New World Order
  • THE EU AND NATO
  • Moral Responsibility and the National Interest
  • Great-Power Competition Is Washington’s Top Priority—but Not the Public’s
  • Syrian Safe Zone Moves U.S.-Turkey Relationship Beyond Kobani
  • A Dangerous Policy of Turkish Containment in the Eastern Mediterranean
  • A Transatlantic Reset Won’t Happen Under Trump
  • The U.S.-China Cold War Is a Myth
  • China’s Accidental Belt and Road Turns Six
  • When Everything Is a Human Right, Nothing Is
  • Solving the Iran Crisis Requires A "Deal of the Century" With Tehran
  • Emmanuel Macron reclaims France’s international role
  • Britain Can’t Afford the Queen’s Weakness Anymore
  • The End of Western Hegemony Is Cause for Concern for the Rest Of The World
  • The Case for Restraint: Drawing the Curtain on the American Empire
  • China’s Long March to Technological Supremacy
  • China’s Hong Kong Dilemma
  • How China is taking control over Asian region
  • Donald Trump and the Ideology of Racist Hate
  • 'The U.S. Has To Get a Sense of Iran's Security Interests'
  • There Will Be No Winner in the Japan-South Korea Dispute
  • Sea Power: The U.S. Navy and Foreign Policy

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