U.S. Diplomacy

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Maximum Pressure in the Strait of Hormuz: The U.S.-Iran Standoff

  • Help Wanted: A Call for More Malalas, Kissingers Need Not Apply

  • Great Powers in Afghanistan, Between Cooperation and Competition

  • Thinking Anew: U.S. Relations with North Korea

  • The Logic of Annexation: Israel and the Golan Heights

  • Why Trump’s Recognition of the Golan Heights as Israeli Territory Matters

    03.26.19
  • Iran and North Korea Highlight Pitfalls of Trump’s ‘Maximum Pressure’ Strategy

    03.10.19
  • China, the U.S., and Realistic Expectations

    02.26.19
  • Meeting in Moscow: The Taliban Meets the Afghan Opposition

  • Technology is Changing Diplomacy

  • The Khashoggi Crisis: Putting Humpty Dumpty Back Together

    11.05.18
  • Afghanistan: Peace at Hand?

    11.02.18
  • As Erdogan, MbS and Trump Barter for their Own Political Safety – Expect Fake News Soon

    10.31.18
  • The Erosion of American Diplomacy

    07.31.18
  • The Reality of the American Ideal, A New Diplomatic Service as 21st Century Steward

  • India-Iran Ties under the American Shadow

    07.14.18
  • Better to be Inside the Tent Looking Out

  • The Necessity of Multilateralism

  • Nikki Haley’s South Sudan Plan