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Yes, We Can Expect Trump’s Team to Challenge Him on Russia and NATO

01.18.17
  • The European Union and the Left

  • Qatari Backtracking on Labour Rights and Cooperation with Russia Reflects New World Order

  • Libya: Ticking Clock with Dwindling Options

  • How will Mexico Deal with The Donald?

  • Morocco Bans the Burqa

    01.13.17
  • How To Think About The American Embassy

  • Will the World See an African Spring in 2017?

    01.12.17
  • Rafsanjani’s Legacy: The Father of Neoliberalism in Iran

  • The Fall of Aleppo, the Rise of Russia, and the Failure of Imagination of the Obama Administration

    01.11.17
  • Putin’s Rollback: Walking in Reagan’s Footstep

    01.11.17
  • Why Are Qatari-Turkish Relations Unique?

  • A Look at Kuwait’s Political Landscape

  • Exxon’s Rex Tillerson and the Rise of Big Oil in American Politics

  • Is America Really Ready to End its Drug War?

  • Volunteerism: A Prerequisite for Africa’s Progress

  • Islamic State Violence Fuels Culture Wars and Widens Generation Gaps

  • Mexico’s War on Drugs Has a Long Shelf Life

  • ISIS, Regional Failures, and the Necessity of Western Action

    01.04.17
  • Elor Azaria and the System

  • Competition over Ideological Power in Egypt

    01.03.17
  • Think that 2016 was a Tough Year for Saudi Arabia? Wait till you see 2017

  • The Treasures Long-Lost

    01.02.17
  • 2017: The Beginning of the Era of Disruption

    01.01.17
  • Trump Moves: The Face of Economic and Political Uncertainty in Asia

    01.01.17
  • West is Ignoring Islamic State in Libya

  • India’s Obsession with Kashmir

    12.31.16
  • Sanctioning the GRU, a Decent Step, but Hamstrung by the Need for Symmetry

    12.30.16
  • ‘Reality Presidency’ and New Diplomacy

    12.27.16
  • Aleppo Begins Evacuation After Years Of Civil War

  • Towards a New World Order in Eurasia? The Role of Russia and China

  • Goodbye Modern and Secular Turkey

  • The New Troika Alliance: Russia-Turkey-Iran Ready to Cooperate on Syria Crisis

  • David Friedman is a Symptom, Not a Cause

  • “Flowing Water Rage”: The South China Sea

    12.23.16
  • Scorning the Dead: The Berlin Truck Attack and the Refugee Question

  • Andrei Karlov, Russia’s Ambassador to Turkey Killed

  • We Should Keep Talking about Aleppo

  • Burying the Hatchet: Shinzo Abe in Pearl Harbor

    12.21.16
  • Why the Mosul Offensive Against IS has Slowed to a Stalemate

    12.21.16