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Majority of Australians Support Neutrality in Hypothetical China-Japan Conflict
January 10, 2015
Majority of Australians Support Neutrality in Hypothetical China-Japan Conflict
Plus, Indian Air Force gets new Su-30s, invading North Korea, Putin and Tea Party conservatives, and more. Links.
Majority of Australians Support Neutrality in Hypothetical China-Japan Conflict
Time to Take the Russia-China Axis Seriously
November 04, 2014
Time to Take the Russia-China Axis Seriously
The current partnership between Russia and China is far from temporary.
Time to Take the Russia-China Axis Seriously
In Defense of Not Doing Stupid Stuff
August 12, 2014
In Defense of Not Doing Stupid Stuff
Hillary Clinton shouldn't abandon the Obama administration's cautious approach to foreign policymaking.
In Defense of Not Doing Stupid Stuff
The Geopolitics of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17
July 19, 2014
The Geopolitics of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17
U.S. editors Ankit Panda and Zachary Keck discuss the MH17 air tragedy and its geopolitical ramifications.
The Geopolitics of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17
A Lesson From Ukraine: Balance Threats Internally
March 27, 2014
A Lesson From Ukraine: Balance Threats Internally
Russia's invasion of Crimea and Ukraine's lack of preparedness holds some important lessons for other states.
A Lesson From Ukraine: Balance Threats Internally
Pardon Me, Mr. Putin
December 28, 2013
Pardon Me, Mr. Putin
Vladimir Putin has granted amnesty to a slew of political opponents in Russia. Why?
Pardon Me, Mr. Putin
Kerry's Big Meeting with Russia's Putin
May 07, 2013
Kerry's Big Meeting with Russia's Putin
Can Kerry change Putin’s mind on Syria or Iran? The Diplomat presents its preview for the upcoming week.
Kerry's Big Meeting with Russia's Putin
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