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July 29, 2012

Managing the Endgame in Syria

Despite Russian and Chinese diplomatic maneuvers and a lack of Western intervention, the likely collapse of the Assad regime may be a regional game changer.

July 28, 2012

How Drama on the High Seas Could Spark a U.S-Iran War

A recent incident with Indian fishermen shows how easily Iran and the U.S. could slip into a conflict neither wants but may find hard to avoid.

July 26, 2012

The Interview: Joseph S. Nye

Will China change its stance on Syria or in the South China Sea? What is the future of cyberwarfare? Can America’s shift to the Pacific find success?

July 25, 2012

China’s Coercive Economic Diplomacy

Chinese willingness to use economic leverage to settle international disputes in its favor is a worrisome trend.

July 24, 2012

Iran’s Strategy in the Strait of Hormuz

Iran would have much to lose in closing the strait. If Tehran’s economic security is endangered, it might choose a ‘measured’ response.

July 24, 2012

Grand Strategy of the Authoritarian Axis: How Will the West Respond?

Recent events – like those in Syria – show increasing coordination among some of the world’s most dangerous states.

July 23, 2012

Soul Searching After Phnom Penh

ASEAN must continue to remain a strong force for regional ties in the Asia-Pacific and avoid short-sighted attempts to undermine the bloc’s unity or exploit divisions.

July 21, 2012

After Veto, What China Can Still Do To Ease Assad Out

China’s Syria veto at the Security Council was no surprise. Richard Weitz looks at what Beijing might still be willing to do.

July 21, 2012

The Enmity Conspiracy, or How War with Iran Became 'Inevitable'

Trita Parsi argues that a running series of miscalculations, escalations, and assumptions are driving the West and Iran towards open conflict.

July 20, 2012

A Response to Waltz: Why Iran Shouldn't Get the Bomb

Iran getting the bomb won’t set off an arms race in the region. But it might provoke some states, writes Robert Manning.

July 19, 2012

What's Going On In North Korea?

Changes at the top in Pyongyang? Disney characters on display? Is Kim Jong-un tightening his grip on power? Kosuke Takahashi reports.

July 18, 2012

Predictions for Afghan Civil War Are Foolhardy

Despite what some journalists have argued, many signs point toward post-2014 reconciliation, argues Robert Dreyfuss.

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