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Amb. Kishore Mahbubani on U.S.-China Relations

Amb. Kishore Mahbubani on U.S.-China Relations

In the first installment of this 6-part virtual roundtable, Ambassador Kishore Mahbubani, gauges the ‘temperature’ of U.S.-China relations.

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Bonnie Glaser on the Security Dimensions of the U.S.-China Relations

Bonnie Glaser on the Security Dimensions of the U.S.-China Relations

In the third installment of the virtual roundtable, Bonnie Glaser discusses the security dimensions of the U.S.-China Relations.

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Islamophobia and Radicalized Perceptions

Islamophobia and Radicalized Perceptions

The current American presidential election has placed Islam and Muslims on the center stage of a nasty campaign politics.

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Free Trade Taking a Beating in U.S. Election

Free Trade Taking a Beating in U.S. Election

In a sharply divided electorate, opposition to free trade is creating an unlikely point of unity between angry voters across the aisle.

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Libya: Still a Fractured Land

Libya: Still a Fractured Land

Disagreement over how money from the country’s oil, which represents 98% of government revenue, should be distributed is paralyzing Libyan peace efforts.

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Reckless Pursuit of Hegemony Inevitably Leads to Downfall

Reckless Pursuit of Hegemony Inevitably Leads to Downfall

Japan’s Sengoku Jidai period demonstrates the necessity of restraint in U.S. foreign policy.

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The Strategy Behind Single-Assailant Terrorist Attacks

The Strategy Behind Single-Assailant Terrorist Attacks

The recent surge of “lone-wolf” operations, is part of ISIS’ strategy to create a climate of insecurity and portray itself as wide-reaching.

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Taking Advantage of Foreign Policy

Taking Advantage of Foreign Policy

In the eyes of Russia, Iran, American allies and many Americans themselves, the United States is no longer guiding foreign policy in the Middle East.

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Legacies of General MacArthur’s ‘Peace Constitution’ still Matter in East Asia

Legacies of General MacArthur’s ‘Peace Constitution’ still Matter in East Asia

Post-war Japan’s constitution was an avant-garde collage of high-edge liberal democratic universal norms that revolutionized an outmoded governance system.

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Trump’s Bad Foreign Policy Prescription

Trump’s Bad Foreign Policy Prescription

Trump’s over-simplistic diagnosis of the threat to America specifically, and the world in general, is off the mark, and so is his prescription.

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Nisid Hajari on the Impact of U.S.-China Rivalry in Southeast Asia

Nisid Hajari on the Impact of U.S.-China Rivalry in Southeast Asia

In the second installment of the virtual roundtable, Nisid Hajari discusses the impact of the U.S.-China rivalry on the rest of the region.

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Turkish Foreign Policy After the Military Coup

Turkish Foreign Policy After the Military Coup

Immediate speculation following the coup attempt says that Turkey is likely to move further away from the West. But Ankara has deep ties with Europe and is an important member of NATO.

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English vs Hebrew: How the IDF Shares Information on Home Demolitions

English vs Hebrew: How the IDF Shares Information on Home Demolitions

Messages sent in Hebrew and English are usually similar, but there are sometimes differences. In the case of the latest home demolition, the message was only in Hebrew.

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On Shifting Ground: A New Documentary on Nepal Earthquake Relief

On  Shifting Ground: A New Documentary on Nepal Earthquake Relief

On Shifting Ground tells the story of collaboration among six Hilton Prize-winning international NGOs and a range of local organizations after the 2015 Nepal earthquake.

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Brexit’s Varied Lessons

Brexit’s Varied Lessons

Enough time has passed since Britain’s vote to leave the EU for the political consequences to be felt, and for analysts to register their post-mortems.

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Did Gül Really Mean What He Said?

Did Gül Really Mean What He Said?

In an interview, the former Turkish President said, “What happened [the coup attempt] was a crime that will ultimately fail because Turkey is not an African country and is not located in Latin America.”

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