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By Izumi Ohno & Kenichi Ohno The West and the East approach economic development differently. The Europeans and Americans stress free and fair business climate,...

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By Snowy Khoza For decades the two global centres of power, the West (led by Europe and the Americas) and the East (led by China)...

America’s Iran Policy and the Undermining of International Order

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By Flynt Leverett & Hillary Mann Leverett Strategic competition between America and Iran will shape not only the Middle East’s balance of power, but also...

China’s Global Tectonic Shifts: The Dawn of a New Era

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By Jean-Pierre Lehmann China has new political leadership. The newness of the new era, however, is by no means limited to the new leadership. The...

Sino-Russian relations: More rhetoric than substance?

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By Robert Bedeski & Niklas Swanström Despite some re-engagement between China and Russia since Putin’s initial embrace of the West, the positive rhetoric of today...

Welcome to the Post-American World: Barack Obama, US Foreign Policy and the 2012 Election

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By Robert Singh Obama set himself the task of managing America’s decline while retaining primacy in the international order. Yet his substantive achievements have been...

The Believers Are But A Single Brotherhood1: Political Islam In Post-Mubarak Egypt

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By Joseph Yackley The fall of Mubarak and the rise of political Islam illustrate the hidden power of social change. To understand how Egypt’s Islamists...

The New Scramble for Africa

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