The New Scramble for Africa

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By Pádraig Carmody Something has certainly changed in the intervening years in Africa, and in its relations with the outside world, even if excessive pessimism...

Saudi Arabia’s Yemen Offensive, Iran’s “Proxy” Strategy, and the Middle East’s New “Cold War”

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By Flynt Leverett and Hillary Mann Leverett Riyadh’s war in Yemen marks a dramatic escalation in its efforts to roll back Iran’s rising influence in the Middle East. Saudi...

The Futures of Southeast Asia and the US Intertwine

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By Vannarith Chheang    The important role of ASEAN in regional security has already been realised by the world, particularly by the United States. Vannarith Chheang...

The Failure of U.S.-North Korean Summit and the Future of U.S. Global Leadership

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By Timo Kivimäki The author discusses the implications brought about by the failure of the U.S.-North Korea summit and its correlation to the actions that will...

US-China History and Where We Are Today

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By Ann Lee The direction of US-China relations under the Trump Administration has been a popular topic of speculation. While forecasts are by definition a...

US 2016 Election Is a Global Risk

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By Dan Steinbock As America is struggling amid a historical protest election, the political risk could undermine US economic rebound and the lingering global economic...

360 Degrees of Leadership

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Interview with Deborah Winslow Nutter In today’s increasingly interconnected world, the lines dividing business, politics, security, trade and finance are becoming ever more blurred....

The Long Reach of U.S. Sanctions in Contested Energy Projects

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By Leigh Hansson, Brett Hillis, Alexander Brandt, Noah Jaffe, and Eli Rymland-Kelly In light of recent U.S. sanctions bills which targeted gas pipelines in the Baltic...

Failed Statebuilding versus Peace Formation: The Consequences and Implications over the Last 25 Years

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By Oliver P. Richmond Recent years have seen an abundance of foreign intervention to achieve peace and statebuilding.

Can the West Get Out of Its (Self-Made) Cul-de-Sac?

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By Flynt Leverett and Hillary Mann Leverett In recent years, the limits on America’s ability to shape important outcomes in the Middle East unilaterally—or even...

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