Can the Bushes pull off a hat trick?
Sanctions, falling oil prices and a plummeting currency will put tremendous strain on the Russian government. But to assert that Russia is on the verge of collapse seems a bit premature.
Australia's commitment to combating international terrorism appears unshaken in the wake of the Sydney siege.
The burgeoning need to protect commercial assets and Chinese nationals abroad will inevitably lead Beijing to develop new military capabilities and take on missions further afield.
A willingness to restore diplomatic ties with Havana suggests that perhaps the suffocating Wilsonian approach to U.S. diplomacy may finally be weakening.
Aaron David Miller argues not only that greatness is gone in America’s presidential politics, but also that we should all rejoice in its passing.
Trade restrictions have been failing to bring down the Castros for fifty years. Why not try something different?
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