A horrible civil war—with global ramifications.
"NATO must show that the eastern edge of the Alliance is not a cliff, beyond which the Alliance is impotent and uncaring."
Washington has pursued a policy cooperating with Beijing where interests overlapped—but the dynamics in the Asia-Pacific are changing.
"The international community must act now to avoid a greater security crisis."
"The removal of Hamas, an organization that firmly rejects all compromise or accommodation, would enhance the odds that peace could be achieved."
A game changer for Israeli armor at a critical moment?
The rise of "fishing pole" diplomacy?
And the stakes could not be any higher.
"The unprecedented decision to send a surveillance vessel while also participating in the RIMPAC exercises calls China’s proclaimed stance on international navigation rights into question."
An old threat is becoming even deadlier—and portable.
"In Israel, hawks have found a welcome abode; doves are an endangered species."
A thawing of relations with the West may well go far in uniting minority groups in the Middle East with the same strategic interest: opposition to Sunni rule.
"In short, Germany failed to consider the strategic risk its Ukraine policy presented for itself and its neighbors and allies."
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