Washington’s influence is not worth courting conflict with China.
Lashkar-e-Jhangvi is resurfacing in the geographical arch stretching from Balkh and Kabul in Afghanistan to Balochistan and Karachi in Pakistan.
What if South Korean President Chun Doo-Hwan had been killed in the 1983 Rangoon bombing?
One has been in Russia’s sphere of influence for centuries. The other only goes back decades.
Investors’ search for yield outweighs risk—at least for now.
The great challenge we face today is how to reconcile the imperative of global leadership with the necessity of reining in its costs.
The United States vastly overestimates the amount of control it can exert over the troubled, deeply divided societies of the Middle East.
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