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Revealed: US Intelligence Chief Clarifies the Nature of Russia's INF Treaty Violation
December 02, 2018

Revealed: US Intelligence Chief Clarifies the Nature of Russia's INF Treaty Violation

By Ankit Panda
The head of the U.S. intelligence community discussed Russia's treaty violation in more detail than ever before.
Trump Points the Finger at Pakistan Again. What Does It Mean for Afghanistan?
November 21, 2018

Trump Points the Finger at Pakistan Again. What Does It Mean for Afghanistan?

By Umair Jamal
What Trump’s latest tirade against Pakistan means for Washington’s plans in Afghanistan.

What to Make of the Latest US-North Korea Negotiation Road Bump?
November 09, 2018

What to Make of the Latest US-North Korea Negotiation Road Bump?

By Ankit Panda
Kim Yong Chol refused to show up to a scheduled meeting in New York.

'Sanctions Are Coming': US Issues Limited Iran Sanctions Waivers, With One Big Exception
November 03, 2018

'Sanctions Are Coming': US Issues Limited Iran Sanctions Waivers, With One Big Exception

By Ankit Panda
China, Iran's biggest oil importer, is still in the dark about a possible sanctions waiver.

What the Trump Administration's Consideration of a Plan to Ban Chinese Students Says About US-China Competition
October 23, 2018

What the Trump Administration's Consideration of a Plan to Ban Chinese Students Says About US-China Competition

By Robert Farley
The proposal suggests how seriously the administration is thinking about confrontation and competition with China.
The Damage Is Done: Trump and the Asia-Pacific
September 14, 2018

The Damage Is Done: Trump and the Asia-Pacific

By Ankit Panda
The president’s successor will need to offer a path forward that addresses our current self-serving American approach.

What's Causing the Slow Breakdown in US-North Korea Talks?
August 30, 2018

What's Causing the Slow Breakdown in US-North Korea Talks?

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
The United States and North Korea are at an impasse, two months after the Singapore summit between Trump and Kim.
Making Sense of the August Fizzle in the US-North Korea Negotiations
August 28, 2018

Making Sense of the August Fizzle in the US-North Korea Negotiations

By Ankit Panda
U.S.-North Korea diplomacy is at an impasse. Will September produce a breakthrough or a collapse?

Will the US-China Trade War Spill Over Into the South China Sea?
August 21, 2018

Will the US-China Trade War Spill Over Into the South China Sea?

By Robert Farley
Can the South China Sea become a front in the U.S.-China trade war?

US Seeks New Talks With Taliban in an Attempt to Explore Afghan Peace
July 26, 2018

US Seeks New Talks With Taliban in an Attempt to Explore Afghan Peace

By Ankit Panda
A senior U.S. State Department official visited Doha to seek out talks with the Taliban.

The One Weird Trick to Successful Negotiations With North Korea in 2018
July 10, 2018

The One Weird Trick to Successful Negotiations With North Korea in 2018

By Ankit Panda
Leave unilateral disarmament at the door, North Korea tells the United States.
No War But Trade War
June 16, 2018

No War But Trade War

By Robert Farley
The trade war that Trump has initiated will hurt the United States, but the hope appears to be that it will hurt the Chinese more.

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