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Archive | Diplomacy

  • DoD Photo

    India’s Role in the U.S. Pivot to Asia?

    by Himanil Raina
  • Pete Souza/White House

    U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit: Focus turns to Africa

    by Scott Firsing
  • Prensa/Miraflores

    In Venezuela, the U.S. Can Gain More by Doing Less

    by Christopher Woody
  • Reuters

    Is Israeli-Turkish Rapprochement Dead? Yes, According to Erdogan

    by Michael Koplow
  • State Dept. Photo

    Why the Iran Nuclear Negotiations Won’t End in Failure for Iran and the West

    by Shahed Ghoreishi
  • Israel Defense Forces

    What Role Will Turkey Play in Brokering a Gaza Ceasefire?

    by Michael Koplow
  • DoD Photo

    Where does South Korea Stand on the South China Sea Dispute?

    by Ann Song
  • Kremlin Photo

    With Europe’s Cold Winter in Mind, European Union Officials Meet to Discuss Russia

    by Eduardo Zachary Albrecht
  • 10 Downing Street

    G7 Summit Seals Putin’s Pyrrhic Victory?

    by Arafat Kabir Upol
  • State Dept. Photo

    Is the Iran Nuclear Deal Doomed?

    by Vinayak Rajesekhar
  • Associated Press

    Why MH370 will not Fundamentally Change China-Malaysia Relations

    by Daniel Wagner
  • Pete Souza/White House

    Three Short Stories about Israel and the Palestinian Authority

    by Jennifer Jefferis
  • Shinzo Abe, Japan's prime minister, speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, January 22, 2014.
Photo by Photo Moritz Hager

    Japan-China Standoff in the East China Sea: Why Diplomacy needs to Work

    by Piyush Singh
  • U.S. and Singapore Naval ships on exercises in the South China Sea

    Dismounting China from the South China Sea

    by Michael Daniels
  • Members from Fatah and Hamas celebrated signing a unity deal in Gaza city last week

    U.S.-Set Middle East Peace Deadline Expires

    by BBC
  • Sergei Lavrov, Russia's foreign minister. Photo: Jean-Marc Ferre

    Legal Questions of Russia’s Intervention in Ukraine

    by Himanil Raina
  • DoD Photo

    Gunboat Diplomacy in South China Sea Can Lead to a Red Line

    by John Price
  • Protests in eastern Ukraine.  Shamil Zhumatov/Reuters

    Ukraine Calls for UN Peacekeepers

    by Jonathan Wade
  • Ambassador Samantha Power talks with Russian Ambassador Vitaly I. Churkin, prior to the Security Council’s vote on the situation in the Crimea. Eskinder Debebe/UN

    UN Security Council to Convene over Escalating Ukraine Crisis

    by Jonathan Wade
  • "If at this moment it has been decided to invade the Ameer's territory, we are acting in pursuance of a policy which in its intention has been uniformly friendly to Afghanistan"

    Not a new Cold War

    by Mark Galeotti
  • Vladimir Putin during a visit to Armenia. Source: Kremlin Press Office

    The Southern Caucasus within the Context of the Crimea Crisis

    by Farhad R. Najafov
  • Arab League meeting in Cairo. Source: Bahrain Foreign Ministry

    Arab League Summit in Kuwait: Seeking Solidarity?

    by Sufyan bin Uzayr
  • U.S. reliance on Russian uranium makes sanctions difficult

    Sanctions against Russia look Great on Paper but they’re a Dead-End

    by Sufyan bin Uzayr
  • Russian President Vladimir Putin addressing the Russian public

    The Deal that Brought Ukraine to the Brink

    by Iqbal Ahmed
  • Vietnam’s civilian-led patrols, backed by marine police and a border force, will be deployed from 25 January within Vietnamese waters in the South China Sea. Photo: Reuters

    Forget Oil and Gas, the South China Sea Just Got More Complicated

    by Nicolas Jenny
  • Russian President Vladimir Putin. Source: Kremlin Press Office

    Putin’s Wider Goals in the Crimea

    by Arafat Kabir Upol
  • Pictured: John Kerry, Russian troops and Sergey Lavrov

    U.S. and Russia to Hold Key Talks over Ukraine Crisis

    by BBC
  • President Barack Obama meets with the Dalai Lama in the Map Room of the White House, Feb. 21, 2014. Pete Souza/White House

    China-U.S. Spar over Obama-Dalai Lama Visit

    by Sudhanshu Tripathi
  • Narendra Modi is vying to be India's next prime minister. Source: Al Jazeera

    Is it Time to End Narendra Modi’s Travel Ban to the United States?

    by Dushyant Gosai
  • Pictured: Benjamin Netanyahu and Hassan Rouhani

    The (Very) Early Beginnings of an Iranian-Israeli Detente?

    by Shahed Ghoreishi
  • Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan with Iran's President Hassan Rouhani. Source:  Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Analysis of Turkey and Iran’s Growing Alliance

    by Daniel Wagner
  • Secretary of State John Kerry and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi during a meeting at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Beijing, China on February 14, 2014

    John Kerry’s Beijing Visit unlikely to Change Dynamics

    by Peter Lee
  • Secretary of State John Kerry sits down with Japanese Minister for Foreign Affairs Fumio Kishida for their bilateral meeting in Tokyo, Japan, on April 14, 2013

    Obama Administration Pushes Back Against Japan Lobby

    by Peter Lee
  • Pictured: President Barack Obama and Shinzo Abe

    Does Abe Consider Obama a Lame Duck?

    by Peter Lee
  • Pakistani villagers carry bags of food provided by USAID to be delivered to flood victims in Swat Valley, Pakistan in 2010

    Can Pakistan Afford to Break with the United States?

    by Sabur Ali Sayyid
  • Pictured: Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.  Photos: Jolanda Flubacher and RÈmy Steinegger

    Twitter Diplomacy at Davos

    by John Lyman
  • Cairo, Egypt

    Greater Critical Thinking Following the “Arab Spring”

    by Robert Sharp
  • Director of National Intelligence,  James Clapper, during Congressional testimony. Kit Fox/Medill

    Revelation of U.S.-Singapore Intelligence Cooperation Won’t Hurt Regional Ties

    by Tan Teck Boon
  • Pictured: Benjamin Netanyahu, Shimon Peres, Hassan Rouhani and Ali Khamenei

    An Israeli-Iranian Dialogue: Why Not?

    by Gawdat Bahgat