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After MH17, France Must Cancel Sale of Warships to Russia
July 20, 2014

After MH17, France Must Cancel Sale of Warships to Russia

By Robert C. O'Brien
Instead of selling Russia two Mistral-class warships, France should sell them to the U.S. Navy.
New EU Free Trade Talks Good for Abenomics
June 27, 2014

New EU Free Trade Talks Good for Abenomics

By Clint Richards
The EU’s agreement to a new round of FTA talks could give Abe’s economic reform additional momentum.

D-Day Validates Realism
June 06, 2014

D-Day Validates Realism

By Zachary Keck
U.S. WWII policy in general, and the landing at Normandy in particular, were based on realist logic.

Robert Gates: Most Countries Conduct Economic Espionage
May 23, 2014

Robert Gates: Most Countries Conduct Economic Espionage

By Zachary Keck
The former defense secretary says that as many as 15 countries use espionage to steal US trade secrets and technology.

May 01, 2013

A Mixed Bag: China's Euro Relations

China recently rolled out the red carpet for French President Hollande as relations with several European nations remain strained.

France and India Deepen Ties
February 18, 2013

France and India Deepen Ties

Visits to New Delhi by Francois Hollande and David Cameron highlight India’s growing importance for Europe.

French Polynesia Battles for Independence
October 10, 2012

French Polynesia Battles for Independence

If President Oscar Manutahi Temaru gets his way, French Polynesia could one day become an independent nation – but at what cost?

April 27, 2012

The Bollywood of France

Bollywood’s influence isn’t hard to find in Europe. But one France-based band is taking it to a different level.

Japan's Cultural Diplomacy Future
April 20, 2012

Japan's Cultural Diplomacy Future

If Japan wants to ensure it stays relevant on the international stage then it needs to better utilize its culture.

February 18, 2012

South Korea’s Nuclear Challenge

After the Fukushima disaster almost a year ago, residents in the South Korean city of Gyeongju worry their government isn’t doing enough to prevent something similar.

Indian Military Goes French
February 05, 2012

Indian Military Goes French

The Indian Air Force has opted for Dassault’s Rafale fighter jet to fulfill its multi-billion dollar contract. It’s a major blow to the Eurofighter.

Iran: Between U.S. and a Hard Place
January 21, 2012

Iran: Between U.S. and a Hard Place

Iran’s supreme leader has built much of his legitimacy around demonizing the United States. So what could he really offer in talks with the U.S.?

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