Kenneth Yalowitz served as U.S. ambassador to Belarus and Georgia.
Imagine a foreign-policy crisis in which the president must rally U.S. allies. Will they listen?
Could Russia's defenisve measures and other geopolitical tensions negatively impact the Arctic Council's cooperative efforts?
Domestic divisions and propaganda offensives undermine U.S. interests.
Trump should look at the world carefully before stirring the pot.
Rivalries are less tense above the Arctic Circle—for now.
Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia rarely make American headlines. But all three face incredible pressures—which the U.S. can't afford to ignore.
Does America have what it takes to head the Arctic Council?
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