Robert D. Blackwill is the Henry A. Kissinger Ssenior Fellow for U.S. Foreign Policy at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). He has also served as Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Planning under President George W. Bush as well as U.S. Ambassador to India.
Robert D. Blackwill
In Defense of Kissinger
The Blood Telegram gets America's reaction to the 1971 South Asia crisis wrong.
The Three Rs: Rivalry, Russia, 'Ran
If we want to calm Iran's nuclear ambitions, we're going to need to brush up on our diplomatic basics.
A Friend Indeed
While U.S.-India strategic ties are coalescing, both nations will have to overcome stillformidable political obstacles to see this relationship through.