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Eickhoff

China’s Rare Earth Export Restrictions

08.15.12
  • Kamyar Adl

    Ordinary Iranians: The Silent Victims of the Iran Sanctions

  • Google

    Figuring out Ecuador’s Foreign Policy: From Lukashenko to Assange

    08.02.12
  • Robin Hammond

    China’s Involvement in Mozambique

  • DRC

    Enter the Dragon: Will China’s Deal of the Century Save Congo?

  • Sim Chi Yin/Bloomberg

    The Chinese Central Bank’s Delicate Tap Dance

    and 07.16.12
  • Art

    Oil and Hegemon

  • New York Times

    China, Africa and Implications for the United States

  • Gage Skidmore

    Russia and Romney’s Approach to Foreign Policy

  • via Youtube

    On the Killing of Olaitan Oyerinde

  • Eric Bridiers

    The Futility of Talk: Why Negotiations with Iran Won’t Work…Yet

    06.10.12
  • Marc Veraart

    Ethiopia: World Bank to Fund Destructive Dam through the Backdoor?

  • via Youtube

    Putin vs. the Oligarchs: How a Failure to Protect their Assets could cost him his Job

  • Nenad Marinkovic/Enough Project

    Sudan’s Oil War

  • Michael Wuertenberg

    A New ‘Rough Patch’ in U.S.-South Africa Relations

    05.04.12
  • FARS

    Iran Nuclear Negotiations: Why This Time is Different

  • Steve Evans

    Hidden Hands behind Sudan’s Oil War

    04.27.12
  • Scott Hadfield

    Risk with Great Reward in South America

    04.12.12
  • Google

    The Promise of Colombia

  • Eric Bridiers

    Coming Up: A Tehran Communiqué?

  • Pete Souza

    A Need for Pan-Asian Institutions in Asia

  • Agência Brasil

    China: Tehran’s Reprieve?

  • Aliza Eliazarov

    Losing Bolivia: Evo Morales’ Failing Presidency

    03.13.12
  • Luis Echeverría

    A (Real) Turning Point in U.S.-Latin American Relations?

  • Pete Souza

    Revisiting Helms-Burton

  • Associated Press

    Review of the BBC’s This World: ‘Inside the Meltdown’

  • Pete Souza

    Africa, Nuclear Security and the 2012 Summit

    02.29.12
  • Si-take

    Post-Fukushima Japan’s Energy Market

    02.28.12
  • Pete Souza

    Is Putin Capable of Crafting a Pragmatic Foreign Policy?

  • Pete Souza

    Iran, Israel and the U.S.: The Slide To War

  • Mauricio Muñoz

    Why is Iran interested in Latin America?

  • Julien Gomba

    Protecting Progress: South America’s Battle with Chevron

    02.19.12
  • British Petroleum

    The American Revolution for Energy Independence

    02.17.12
  • via Youtube

    Boko Haram Brings Nigeria to the Brink of Collapse

  • Pete Souza

    The Symbolism of the Keystone XL Pipeline

    01.20.12
  • Human Rights Watch

    A Case for a United Nigeria

    01.18.12
  • Staton Winter

    The U.S. Reassesses the China-Africa Relationship

  • Xinhua

    China, South Korean Energy Competition

    01.13.12
  • Leaflet

    Testing Seoul’s Green Energy Abroad

    12.06.11
  • Goran Tomasevic/Reuters

    Ruthlessly Pursuing Middle East Grand Strategy