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Solomon Islands Switches Diplomatic Recognition to Beijing, Taiwan President Calls Out Beijing for Applying Pressure
TAIPEI, Taiwan—President Tsai Ing-wen had stern words for Beijing at a press conference on Sept. 16, after the island’s diplomatic ally, the Solomon Islands, voted to drop recognition of Taiwan ...
September 16, 2019
As Chinese Influence Grows, Japanese Warship Visits Sri Lanka
COLOMBO—Japan’s largest warship, the Kaga helicopter carrier, sailed into Sri Lanka's Colombo harbor this weekend, marking Tokyo's highest ...
October 1, 2018
North Korea Threatens US With Preemptive Nuclear Strike
The North Korean regime has threatened the United States with a preemptive nuclear strike. The threat comes at a time ...
December 19, 2017
Is Canada Selling Out to China? | China Uncensored
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Has This Been a Good Year for International Relations?
In academia, it’s possible to make a pretty respectable argument for either a good year or one of ...
December 17, 2015
Azerbaijan Benefits From Not Offending Its More Powerful Neighbour Russia
The relationship between Russia and Azerbaijan has evolved over two centuries, during which Azerbaijan spent most of the ...
December 10, 2014
Why It’s Difficult to Deport Foreign Offenders
Once upon a time, you could tell an election was just around the corner when politicians of all ...
October 26, 2014
Lessons From Versailles for Today’s Middle East
The summer of 2014 was a season of analogies and anniversaries. European leaders commemorated the start of World ...
October 24, 2014
Film Review: ‘Diplomacy’
During World War II, Sweden's official neutrality was not always pretty. Yet, despite the calculated concessions granted by ...
October 18, 2014
Modi to Face Xi Jinping on a Stronger Political Turf
NEW DELHI, India—When Chinese leader Xi Jinping visits India next week, Narendra Modi will welcome him as the ...
September 10, 2014
Why the US Has Limited Options in Iraq
When US commanders in Iraq in 2006 were trying to figure out the best way to approach the ...
July 26, 2014
A Conversation on Diplomacy and Religion in the Middle East
What is the relationship between diplomacy and religion in the Middle East? What are the scope and limits ...
July 12, 2014
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As Conflict Grows in Middle East, US-Saudi Gulf Widens
Those who expected the summit between US President Obama and Saudi King Abdullah to produce a "reset" button ...
June 29, 2014
Who Makes Tehran’s Arab Policy?
Geography alone should make the Arab world Iran’s key foreign policy focus. Of Iran’s 13 immediate neighbors, seven ...
May 17, 2014
Qatar’s Regional Ambitions and the New Emir
When Qatar’s Sheik Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani came to power after his father abdicated in late June 2013, ...
May 9, 2014
US Policy and the Iraq Elections
With Iraq’s elections scheduled for April 30, the United States should be acutely aware of its reduced but ...
April 29, 2014
U.S. and Saudi Arabia: A Loveless Marriage
Among the would-be therapists of the foreign policy world, the alliance between the United States and Saudi Arabia ...
April 21, 2014
The Strategic Import of India-US Migration
Migration is the foundation stone of India-US relations, if not the bedrock itself. Modern migration of Indians into ...
April 20, 2014
Putin’s Risky Bet in Ukraine
To understand why Russian President Vladimir Putin has been willing to escalate tensions in the Ukraine even after ...
April 17, 2014
In Praise of Apologies
Apologizing to people of other countries may be one of the worst sins a national leader can commit.
April 11, 2014
Shifting Allegiances: The Israel-Gaza-Egypt Triangle
U.S. diplomatic efforts to resolve the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians have in the last year focused ...
April 10, 2014
The Seven Grave Mistakes That Prompted the Ukraine Crisis
The situation in Ukraine remains tense, yet the odds are that it will now stabilise. It is unlikely ...
April 5, 2014
Abbott’s Pursuit of Japan Risks a Free Trade Agreement With China
Prime minister Tony Abbott will be hoping the Japanese leg of his ambitious trade trip to northeast Asia ...
April 5, 2014
It’s Putin’s World
Contrary to the implication of German Chancellor Merkel's remark that Putin is “living in another world,", we must ...
March 29, 2014
Obama Ends Trip with Arguably Little Progress on Ukraine
After a four-nation tour that started in Europe and ended in Saudi Arabia, the song remains the same ...
March 29, 2014
Mixed Reactions Over First Lady’s China Visit
A spring trip to China by the U.S. First Lady aims to steer clear of sensitive issues on ...
March 20, 2014
Japan Strengthens Taiwan Ties Amid Conflicts With China
As China’s territorial claims grow more aggressive, Japanese lawmakers are proposing a law to establish diplomatic relations with ...
February 23, 2014
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Deval Patrick Joins Crowded 2020 Democrat Field in Bid for Presidency
Chad Wolf Sworn In as Next Acting Homeland Security Secretary
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Democrats Schedule 2 Additional Closed-Door Depositions in Impeachment Inquiry
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Attorney General William Barr Unveils 5-Point Plan to Reduce Gun Violence
US Officials Question Violent Police Tactics at Hong Kong Universities
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Islamic Jihad Says Cease-Fire Reached in Gaza
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