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James Cuno
, 26 November 2015
The world must find ways to intervene and protect antiquities when nation-states cannot do so
Ashkhen Kazaryan
, 24 November 2015
Russia strayed from globalization, and the West can help encourage the nation to return to the fold
Mohammed Ayoob
, 19 November 2015
The international community must support the local forces motivated to defeat Islamic State: Kurds and Iran
Dilip Hiro
, 17 November 2015
Modi’s BJP organizes lavish overseas receptions for Modi, using enthusiasm of Indian diaspora to create database for next election
Bertil Lintner
, 12 November 2015
Despite landslide victory for NLD in Myanmar, threat lingers from rebel groups and the military may not fade in the background
Stephen S. Roach
, 10 November 2015
China’s new Five-Year Plan could inspire citizen confidence with focus on social safety net and quality growth
Humphrey Hawksley
, 5 November 2015
Melting Arctic ice revives trade hopes and defense worries along non-hostile border between the US and Russia
Chris Miller
, 3 November 2015
Decisive win for AKP in Turkey could add pressure for peace deal with Kurdish PKK militants
Sunita Narain and Chandra Bhushan
, 29 October 2015
Centre for Science and Environment in India blasts the US action plan on climate change as business as usual
Olena Lennon
, 27 October 2015
Ukraine welcomes foreigners for cabinet posts – ending bureaucracy for other sectors could break corruption, encourage innovation
Shuaihua Wallace Cheng
, 22 October 2015
Transpacific Partnership boosts UN Sustainable Development Goals in some ways and undermines them in others
Joergen Oerstroem Moeller
, 20 October 2015
Longer life expectancy, uncertainty, environmental awareness are among five behaviors that reduce consumer spending
Harsh V. Pant
, 15 October 2015
Nepal is hit by constitution crisis – India is viewed as interfering and China expands its influence
Ashley Townshend
, 13 October 2015
International court will soon rule on South China Sea case between China and the Philippines
Riaz Hassan
, 8 October 2015
India, poised to have the most Muslims by 2050, grapples to control resentment and lack of opportunities
Thomas Graham
, 6 October 2015
Putin moves to stabilize Syria, stop extremism and diminish US influence, but the strategy could backfire
Debalina Ghoshal
, 1 October 2015
Open for trade, Iran may test two rivalries – its own with Saudi Arabia, another between Pakistan and India
Robert A. Manning
, 29 September 2015
China and the US face many complex issues; the challenge is not letting one overwhelm the relationship
Amitav Acharya
, 24 September 2015
Fragmented ASEAN balks at taking a position on China’s creeping expansionism in the South China Sea
Joseph Chamie
, 22 September 2015
UN sustainability goals should not overlook population growth centered in the poor, least developed countries