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Chris Miller
, 27 August 2015
A key axis for Europe: free-market advocates in Western Europe ally with those in former communist countries
Shim Jae Hoon
, 25 August 2015
South Korea refuses to panic over North’s provocations, turns on border loudspeakers to secure agreement on peace talks
Harsh V. Pant
, 20 August 2015
Under Modi, India cultivates and promotes soft power of Bollywood, Sanskrit, yoga and democracy
Bertil Lintner
, 18 August 2015
Ouster of Shwe Mann suggests that Myanmar’s military leaders are in control, setting strict limits on reforms
Will Hickey
, 13 August 2015
Investors and economies cling to and strengthen the US dollar, despite many glaring imbalances
Itziar Aguirre
, 11 August 2015
Corruption, ethnic tensions, refugees are spreading from small, poor Burundi after troubled election
Gregory Poling
, 6 August 2015
Chinese military drills in South China Sea, as ASEAN convenes on code of conduct, send unsettling message
Michael C. Davis
, 4 August 2015
Protests, China’s tightening grip, uncertainty put Hong Kong’s status as global financial center at risk
Jonathan Gil Harris
, 30 July 2015
Judeo-Muslim multicultural bonds were tested by Christian Portuguese rulers in 16th century India
John Githongo
, 28 July 2015
US foreign policy vis-à-vis Africa is transactional; corruption hampers fight against Al-Shabaab
Patricia Alejandro
, 23 July 2015
Castro and Obama balance gradual normalization with showing benefits for both US and Cuba
Dilip Hiro
, 21 July 2015
With strong ties to Pakistan, China extends economic and strategic influence over the Indian Ocean region
Richard Weitz
, 16 July 2015
China, Russia and the United States must cooperate on strengthening barriers against the spread of nuclear weapons
Mary Evelyn Tucker
, 14 July 2015
Stemming climate change is a moral responsibility, suggests Pope Francis in encyclical on need for sustainability
Joseph Chamie
, 9 July 2015
One out of three residents in Lebanon, Jordan are refugees as millions flee conflict in Syria, Iraq, Yemen
David Dapice
, 7 July 2015
Greece is both defiant and desperate; EU leaders wonder if the small economy is worth saving
Bruce Riedel
, 2 July 2015
King Salman’s first six months introduce uncertainty in an already turbulent Middle East
Will Hickey
, 30 June 2015
Amid intense competition and quantitative easing, countries that innovate and reduce bureaucracy will be more influential
Alexander Evans
, 25 June 2015
Al Qaeda and ISIL have more similarities than differences; strategic counterterrorism efforts must be applied
Matthew Rojansky and Mykhailo Minakov
, 23 June 2015
Ukrainian leaders, under siege from Russian and separatist forces, resist constructive criticism