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A Complex Calculus: China's North Korea Dilemma
April 30, 2013

A Complex Calculus: China's North Korea Dilemma

It remains in Beijing’s self-interest to provide aid to Pyongyang. The alternatives, like a North Korean collapse, could be far worse.

Want to Fix Syria? Talk to Iran
April 30, 2013

Want to Fix Syria? Talk to Iran

There’s good reason to believe Iran would be interested in negotiating a future for Syria that didn’t include Assad.

America's Middle East Addiction
April 13, 2013

America's Middle East Addiction

Zachary Keck explains that “shuttle diplomacy of the kind Kissinger undertook belongs to the dustbin of history.”

Friday Flashpoints – Our Weekend Reading List
April 12, 2013

Friday Flashpoints – Our Weekend Reading List

The Diplomat’s Editor selects the top five defense and foreign policy articles for your weekend reading pleasure.

Did Xi Jinping Really Rebuke North Korea?
April 10, 2013

Did Xi Jinping Really Rebuke North Korea?

Likely not – Chinese diplomats have usually handled their differences with N. Korea behind the scenes.

North Korea Is the Boy Who Cried Wolf: There Will Be No War
April 10, 2013

North Korea Is the Boy Who Cried Wolf: There Will Be No War

By Robert E. Kelly
"Because North Korea has such a rich history of extreme rhetoric, they must be more and more extreme in each crisis..."

March 15, 2013

For America, Decline is a Choice

“In reality, decline is not a foregone conclusion but a deliberate political choice that builds from a failure to define what matters most to the nation.”

A Roadmap for American Grand Strategy
March 04, 2013

A Roadmap for American Grand Strategy

Mapping a grand strategy to strengthen and enhance America’s role in the world.

The Real Crisis: Global Youth Unemployment
March 01, 2013

The Real Crisis: Global Youth Unemployment

The United States must cooperate with public and private partners to tackle this vital issue.

America’s Dangerous Drift
February 25, 2013

America’s Dangerous Drift

The U.S. faces tremendous challenges at home and abroad. Without a grand strategy, America’s perilous drift is likely to continue, and worsen.

February 21, 2013

The Importance of Clear Writing

“Victory may go to the contestant who conveys ideas more fluently, not the one with superior ideas.”

Japan and India's Growing Embrace
January 12, 2013

Japan and India's Growing Embrace

With Shinzo Abe’s return in Japan, expect Tokyo and Delhi’s already strong ties to reach new heights.

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