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How Trump will Impact the Indian and Chinese Geopolitical Chessboard?

How Trump will Impact the Indian and Chinese Geopolitical Chessboard?

If Trump wants to take his China policy to its logical conclusion, he should capitalize on and galvanize strategic ties with India.

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America’s Other Foreign Policy

America’s Other Foreign Policy

Thousands of ordinary Americans serve as unofficial ambassadors of the United States—many counter, or oblivious to official policy.

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The Donald J. Trump Foreign Policy Enigma

The Donald J. Trump Foreign Policy Enigma

Trump is a foreign policy enigma. Regardless of how much he talked about it during his campaign, it is difficult to know what to expect from him.

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Mad Dog Mattis on China

Mad Dog Mattis on China

Many are wondering how the nomination of General James “Mad Dog” Mattis as the new Secretary of Defense will influence future U.S.-China relations.

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Trump’s Great Game: Courting Russia to Contain China

Trump’s Great Game: Courting Russia to Contain China

For both the U.S. and Russia, strategic alignment is a way to keep the looming China threat in check. How could this new partnership work out?

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Trump, Taiwan and Tweets: The Future of U.S.-China Relations

Trump, Taiwan and Tweets: The Future of U.S.-China Relations

China’s leadership is surely fretting over the long-term consequences of a Trump presidency on Sino-U.S. ties and cross-Strait relations.

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A Preview of Trump’s Foreign Policy Towards China

A Preview of Trump’s Foreign Policy Towards China

Trump will have to navigate the labyrinthian US foreign affairs field. As a diplomacy amateur, Trump’s strategy may cause uncertainty to US-Sino relations.

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Foreign Aid under a Trump Presidency

Foreign Aid under a Trump Presidency

The media focuses on US foreign policy with regard to the Iran nuclear deal or relations with Russia. But little is discussed about the role of aid under Trump.

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Resolving America’s Immigration Issues One Policy At A Time

Resolving America’s Immigration Issues One Policy At A Time

A new and innovative approach to deal with non-status immigrants must be developed in order to resolve to the US immigration debate.

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Media Storm Resurrects Discredited Claims about Iranian Resistance Group

Media Storm Resurrects Discredited Claims about Iranian Resistance Group

As President-elect Trump picks his Secretary of State, discredited claims about an Iranian resistance group—the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK)—resurface.

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Forecasting Unconventional Elections: What Can Be Done?

Forecasting Unconventional Elections: What Can Be Done?

The polling industry must be strengthened, not discredited. It remains crucial in an era in which markets are hypersensitive to political outcomes.

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Are Cold War Politics Back?

Are Cold War Politics Back?

The Clinton campaign linked hacks of the DNC to Russia. Snowden took refuge in Moscow. And the Obama administration has been linked to hacking of close allies.

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Be Careful What You Wish For, China

Be Careful What You Wish For, China

While many Chinese distrust Hillary as an aggressive hawk, others are rethinking their support for a Donald Trump presidency as fears over a trade war grow.

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Something To Hope For In An Inauguration Speech?

Something To Hope For In An Inauguration Speech?

What could a passage on foreign policy in President Trump’s inaugural speech look like? We take a stab at it.

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Will the Real Donald Trump Please Stand up

Will the Real Donald Trump Please Stand up

From immigration to the role of international institutions, Trump appears to maintain “both a public and a private position” on key foreign policy issues.

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