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Did Obama's 'Red Line' Fib Matter in the End?
March 12, 2016

Did Obama's 'Red Line' Fib Matter in the End?

By Robert Farley
The importance of credibility in international affairs is often overestimated.
Russia's Intervention in Syria and the Kurdish Question
March 09, 2016

Russia's Intervention in Syria and the Kurdish Question

By Wladimir van Wilgenburg
It is likely that both Russia and the United States will continue to support Syrian Kurds.

Coast Guards of India and Japan Conclude Naval Exercise
January 16, 2016

Coast Guards of India and Japan Conclude Naval Exercise

By Ankit Panda
Plus, Chinese drones, South China Sea investment opportunities, and more. Weekend links.

Australia’s Unique Position in a Negotiated Political Resolution in Syria
December 14, 2015

Australia’s Unique Position in a Negotiated Political Resolution in Syria

By Edward Cavanough
Australia should have a role in a grand negotiated settlement.

What India Can Teach the World About Fighting ISIS
December 04, 2015

What India Can Teach the World About Fighting ISIS

By Neelam Dao
India's experience combating terrorism within its region bears lessons for those fighting the Islamic State.
Australia Faces Tough Choices on Immigration and Terrorism
November 19, 2015

Australia Faces Tough Choices on Immigration and Terrorism

By Benjamin David Baker
The recent terror attacks in Paris are dividing Canberra’s politicians. How should Australia react to terrorism?

Kazakh and Russian Leaders Hold 13th Meeting in 2015
October 15, 2015

Kazakh and Russian Leaders Hold 13th Meeting in 2015

By Catherine Putz
"Kazakhstan has been, continues to be, and will remain the closest and most reliable neighbor and ally of Russia.”
Japan’s Largest Company Is ISIS’ Car Maker of Choice
October 08, 2015

Japan’s Largest Company Is ISIS’ Car Maker of Choice

By Franz-Stefan Gady
How did so many Toyota pickup trucks and SUVs end up in the hands of ISIS?

Everything You Need to Know About Russia's Intervention in Syria
October 04, 2015

Everything You Need to Know About Russia's Intervention in Syria

By Benjamin David Baker
Russia has started military operations in Syria. Here's what we know so far.

Why the World Needs Reporters: Reflections on Kenji Goto
February 12, 2015

Why the World Needs Reporters: Reflections on Kenji Goto

By Yang Hengjun
Yang Hengjun reflects on the role of reporters -- and the risks they face each day.

'Shock and Awe' the Islamic State
October 11, 2014

'Shock and Awe' the Islamic State

By James R. Holmes
The air campaign against the Islamic State needs to concentrate firepower in time.
A Rare Japanese Jihadist
October 07, 2014

A Rare Japanese Jihadist

By Clint Richards
The Tokyo police are investigating a man who attempted to join IS.

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