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Foreign Policy

Archive | Foreign Policy

  • Hamad I Mohammed/Reuters

    Why ISIS is Actually Good for U.S. Strategy in the Region

    by Shaiel Ben-Ephraim
  • Alexei Druzhinin/RIA Novosti

    Sanctions & the Dollar: A Fall From Grace?

    by Conn M. Hallinan
  • via Wikimedia

    An Examination of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in a Broader Context

    by Peter Brampton Koelle
  • DoD Photo

    Rise of the Islamic State Signals a Changing World Order

    by Daniel Wagner
  • Pete Souza/White House

    Avoiding the People’s Representatives: ISIS and Congress

    by Binoy Kampmark
  • State Dept. Photo

    Saudi Arabia’s Regional Dual-Strategy

    by Shahed Ghoreishi
  • DoD Photo

    Parsing the East Asian Powder Keg

    by Conn M. Hallinan
  • Reuters

    MH17 and Eastern Ukraine Presents Long-Term Costs for Putin and Russia

    by Mark Galeotti
  • Thomas Coex/AFP/Getty Images

    Netanyahu’s Escalation: Why Bibi’s Two-State Rebuke Promises More Violence

    by Sam Sussman
  • Thomas Coex/Agence France-Presse

    Why a Gaza Ceasefire is so Difficult

    by Michael Koplow
  • Pete Souza/White House

    Obama: Voting Present in Foreign Policy

    by David J. Karl
  • Pete Souza/White House

    Are the U.S. and Israel Headed for a Split?

    by Michael Koplow
  • Wikimedia

    Iraq: War and Remembrance

    by Conn M. Hallinan
  • Associated Press

    Let Iraq Fail

    by Venu Katta
  • Reuters

    Beyond Iraq: Causes and Consequences of the ISIS Advance

    by Daniele Grassi
  • Jake Nowakowski

    Tony Abbott in the U.S.: A Note on Fawning and U.S.-Australian Ties

    by Binoy Kampmark
  • Martin Simon/EPA/Pool

    Iraq Crisis Presents Historic Opportunity for U.S. and Iran to Rewrite the Rulebook

    by Simon Reich
  • DoD Photo

    How Crimea Pushed Romania and Poland Closer Together

    by Marcu Niculescu
  • DoD Photo

    Fearing China: Gaps, Assumptions and Military Spending

    by Binoy Kampmark
  • The International Institute for Strategic Studies

    Defining Times: How China and Japan Set Norms and Borders

    by Jakob Bund
  • Pete Souza/White House

    From D-Day to Today: U.S. Foreign Policy is at a Turning Point

    by Simon Reich
  • DoD Photo

    Bergdahl Prisoner Swap Makes Us Less Safe

    by John Price
  • Associated Press

    Marching On Moscow: Confused Strategies in Dealing with Russia

    by Conn M. Hallinan
  • DoD Photo

    The Benefits of War: Afghan Helpers and Abbott’s “Discrete Settlement” Program

    by Binoy Kampmark
  • freedomhouse/flickr

    Regime Change Will Not Diminish the Al-Qaeda Threat

    by John Price
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    The Obama Doctrine: Death By a Thousand Cuts

    by Peter Lee
  • Ryan Lim/Malacañang Photo Bureau

    Is the TPPA an Extension of U.S. Foreign Policy?

    by Hale Yildiz
  • FBI

    U.S.-China Cyberwar Row: Will the United States Step Up its Active Cyber Defense Posture?

    by Franz-Stefan Gady
  • EPA

    U.S. Shift on ICC and Syria Gives Hope but Skeptics Remain

    by Matt Killingsworth
  • Bill Ingalls

    Obama’s Incredibly Shrinking Foreign Policy Vision

    by David J. Karl
  • Anastasia Vlasova

    Ukraine, a Perversely “Good” War for the GRU

    by Mark Galeotti
  • President Barack Obama making remarks at the White House in Washington, D.C., July 12, 2011

    Interventionists’ Attack Obama’s Foreign Policy Restraint

    by Peter Lee
  • Egyptians celebrating when Mubarak stepped down in Tahrir Square, Feb. 12, 2011

    War Among the Proxies: Multi-Polar Cold Wars

    by Jennifer Jefferis
  • Anders Fogh Rasmussen, secretary general North Atlantic Treaty Organization

    NATO and the New War: Dealing with Threats before they become Kinetic

    by Mark Galeotti
  • President Barack Obama speaking in Japan. Junko Kimura-Matsumoto/Bloomberg

    Dragon v. Godzilla: How Far will the U.S. go to Reassure Japan?

    by Gary Sands
  • Maxim Dondyuk

    Has Putin Overplayed his Hand in Ukraine?

    by John Lyman
  • President Barack Obama pictured with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and South Korean President Park Geun-hye in March. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP

    Obama Arrives in Asia Empty-Handed

    by David J. Karl
  • Russian President Vladimir Putin. Norgler/Wikimedia

    Clausewitzian Perspectives on Russia’s Actions in Ukraine

    by Himanil Raina
  • Wikimedia

    Tanks in Cyberspace

    by Thomas C. Wingfield