Non-Aligned Summit Belies Isolation of Iran

NAM summit draws 120 member states to Iran, but serves notice on Syria
Dilip Hiro
September 4, 2012

East Asia’s Free for All

Territorial disputes with South Korea and China over islets reveal rising nationalism, Japan’s weakness
Frank Ching
August 30, 2012

Can India Revive Nonalignment?

Nonalignment is an impossible dream, even perilous, for states with big aspirations
Ashley J. Tellis
August 28, 2012

Egypt's Islamist Surprise

Morsi, with a moderate stance, could signal a more active Egypt in foreign affairs
Mohamed El Dahshan
August 21, 2012

Pakistan’s Taliban Nightmare

Pakistan, key to Afghan security, seeks political agreement that protects its interests
Zahid Hussain
August 23, 2012

US Economy – Muscular or Obese?

The US could revive the global economy, but tax reform is urgently needed
David Dapice
August 16, 2012

Beijing Unflustered by Cool Ties With Seoul

South Koreans blame their government for deteriorating relations, as China stands pat
Scott W. Harold
August 14, 2012