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Robert Dreyfuss
July 12, 2012
Robert Dreyfuss
In his latest pieces for The Diplomat , Robert Dreyfuss paints a portrait of a masterful President Obama who can sideline hawks in America through economic sanctions on Iran, while simultaneously signaling to the Iranians he will keep talking on nukes. Politically and diplomatically, it appears to be working. In the Q&A that follows, Dreyfuss tells The Diplomat why there’s so much confusion surrounding nuclear talks.
Robert Dreyfuss
Anthony Fensom
May 14, 2012
Anthony Fensom
Anthony Fensom discusses his latest piece for The Diplomat on Japanese corporate corruption scandals, and how the scandals look in a global context.
Anthony Fensom
Ross Babbage
May 14, 2012
Ross Babbage
The Diplomat spoke with Ross Babbage, managing director of Strategy International and founder of the Kokoda Foundation in Australia, about Australia’s submarine plans.
Ross Babbage
Kedar Pavgi
May 11, 2012
Kedar Pavgi
Kedar Pavgi, an international relations analyst and journalist based in Washington D.C., answers readers’ questions on U.S.-India relations and the future of the Indian economy.
Kedar Pavgi
Andrew Erickson
April 27, 2012
Andrew Erickson
The U.S. Naval War College’s Andrew Erickson speaks with The Diplomat about China’s missile advances, the J-20 stealth fighter and what China’s military rise means for the region.
Andrew Erickson
Sanjay Kumar
April 20, 2012
Sanjay Kumar
Indian Decade contributor Sanjay Kumar discusses his recent visit to Afghanistan and the challenges of being a reporter there.
Sanjay Kumar
Trita Parsi
April 20, 2012
Trita Parsi
The Diplomat speaks with Trita Parsi, author of ‘Treacherous Alliance: The Secret Dealings of Iran, Israel and the United States,’ about Iran’s nuclear program, the P5+1 talks and U.S. diplomacy.
Trita Parsi
Trefor Moss
April 03, 2012
Trefor Moss
The Diplomat’s Trefor Moss answers readers’ questions on China’s military build-up and India’s choice of fighter jet.
Trefor Moss
Jie Chen
March 23, 2012
Jie Chen
The Diplomat speaks with Jie Chen, professor of international relations at the University of Western Australia, about China’s economy, relations with the U.S. and mass incidents.
Jie Chen
Sanjay Kumar
March 16, 2012
Sanjay Kumar
Indian Decade writer Sanjay Kumar answers readers’ questions about the Indian elections, Rahul Gandhi and the country’s biggest social problem.
Sanjay Kumar
Prof. Tom Nichols
March 02, 2012
Prof. Tom Nichols
This week, Prof. Tom Nichols of the U.S. Naval War College answers readers’ questions about Iran’s nuclear program, U.S. arms spending and whether Israel should try a military strike.
Prof. Tom Nichols
February 24, 2012
Kelley Currie
This week, Project 2049 senior fellow Kelley Currie, fresh from a trip to Burma, answers readers’ questions on reforms there, China and how the U.S. should respond to Beijing’s crackdown.
Kelley Currie
Jiang Xueqin
February 17, 2012
Jiang Xueqin
China Power blogger Jiang Xueqin answers readers’ questions on China’s economy, the Wukan protests and why things are looking good for Shanghai.
Jiang Xueqin
Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
February 07, 2012
Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
The Diplomat speaks with Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan, a senior fellow at the Observer Research Foundation in New Delhi, who answers readers’ questions on China’s aircraft carrier, missile defense and India’s attack submarine.
Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Kennette Benedict
January 27, 2012
Kennette Benedict
The Diplomat speaks with Kennette Benedict, executive director and publisher of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, about nuclear arms, climate change and the Doomsday Clock.
Kennette Benedict
Harry Kazianis
January 20, 2012
Harry Kazianis
The Diplomat’s Assistant Editor Harry Kazianis answers readers’ questions on China, its military and the future of the United States in the Pacific.
Harry Kazianis
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