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Iran Nuclear Talks Are Working
July 12, 2012

Iran Nuclear Talks Are Working

Despite hawks’ chest thumping, what the ongoing talks have shown is a path to success, says Robert Dreyfuss.

The 'Great Game' 2.0
July 11, 2012

The 'Great Game' 2.0

Russia’s plan to use regional organizations as levers in Central Asia has some flaws, argues Richard Weitz.

Beyond Nuclear Denial
July 11, 2012

Beyond Nuclear Denial

How a world-ending weapon disappeared from our lives, but not our world, says William D. Hartung.

2014 Looms Large for Afghanistan
July 10, 2012

2014 Looms Large for Afghanistan

Sanjay Kumar discovers that fear and uncertainty about the future seem to be driving some disturbing trends in Afghanistan.

Fear of Iran and Syrian Bloodletting
July 09, 2012

Fear of Iran and Syrian Bloodletting

Meir Javedanfar looks at how Western sanctions on Iran are enabling violence in Syria to continue.

Kenneth Waltz on “Why Iran Should Get the Bomb”
July 08, 2012

Kenneth Waltz on “Why Iran Should Get the Bomb”

The Diplomat talks Iran, China, nuclear weapons and more with bomb dropper Kenneth Waltz.

The Military Solution
July 07, 2012

The Military Solution

Tom Engelhardt on the lessons Washington can’t draw from the failure of the military option

Is Lashkar-e-Taiba Turning Against Pakistan?
July 06, 2012

Is Lashkar-e-Taiba Turning Against Pakistan?

Reports suggest the world’s other great terror menace may be tiring of its key enablers, writes Rajeev Sharma.

Are Obama's Iran Sanctions A Ruse?
July 06, 2012

Are Obama's Iran Sanctions A Ruse?

While no doubt painful for Tehran, U.S. sanctions are riddled with exemptions and may be in place mostly to sideline hawks, writes Robert Dreyfus.

China-Russia's Anti-NATO?
July 04, 2012

China-Russia's Anti-NATO?

China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, & Uzbekistan have yet to take new members. Richard Weitz explains why.

Pakistan’s Coming Defeat in Afghanistan
July 03, 2012

Pakistan’s Coming Defeat in Afghanistan

Ashley J. Tellis explains why Pakistan must rethink its Afghanistan policies, or risk defeat

An Authoritarian Axis Rising?
June 29, 2012

An Authoritarian Axis Rising?

It isn’t the “axis of evil.” But a number of authoritarian states are showing a troubling tendency to look out for each other.

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