Beijing faces new challenges after impressive decades.
Saving Iraq and Afghanistan will require some extensive operations.
When it comes to BRICs, the Brazilian tortoise might end up beating the other three hares.
The United States must find new and innovative ways to avoid the trap of a dead-end policy towards Iran. A roundtable discussion.
Isolation allows rogue regimes to extend their longevity and stability.
We talk to Ian Bremmer on the situation in Northeast Asia.
Ian Bremmer, president of the Eurasia Group, attended the 2008 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. He shared his impressions of this year’s meeting with TNI editor Nikolas Gvosdev.
Pervez Musharraf seems to think his grip on power is relatively secure, as demonstrated by his recent trip to Saudi Arabia. But given the volatile political situation he faces, can he really stay in office much longer?
Without Iran suspending enrichment, August's IAEA report will play into the hands of the next UN Security Council resolution.
Excerpts from Ian Bremmer's analysis of the BRIC countries and their futures in the July/August issue of The National Interest.
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