March 16, 2023
Garcetti Confirmed as India Ambassador After 20-month Fight
By Michael R. Blood, Mary Clare Jalonick and Chris Megerian
The vacancy in the ambassadorship had left a significant diplomatic gap for the Biden administration at a time of rising global tensions.
January 13, 2016
US Presidential Candidates Aren't Quite Ready to Handle North Korea
By Denny Roy
Candidates for the U.S. presidency are worryingly ill-prepared to deal with North Korea's provocations.
June 15, 2015
TPP Update: What Happened in the House
By Ankit Panda
Friday's antics in the House of Representatives highlight the obstacles for the Obama administration on trade.
October 04, 2012
Why the First Debate Was a Draw
With major outlets calling the first U.S. Presidential debate a win for Mitt Romney, there could be a different conclusion.
May 09, 2012
Why Lugar Defeat Matters
The defeat of Sen. Richard Lugar at the hands of a Tea Party-backed candidate says much about U.S. politics.
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