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CFR - Daily Analysis

Iran Nuclear Deal’s ‘Implementation Day’
Issue Guide: Iran Nuclear Talks
Issue Guide: 2015 State of the Union Address
Issue Guide: What's at Stake in Hong Kong?
Issue Guide: 2014 State of the Union Address
Issue Guide: Year in Review, Year Ahead
Issue Guide: What German Vote Means for Europe
Issue Guide: Egypt's Escalating Crisis
Issue Guide: Iran's Presidential Elections
Issue Guide: Boston Bombings and Terrorism
Tracking the Iraq War
Issue Guide: Venezuela Under Chávez
Issue Guide: U.S. Presidential Transition
Crisis in Euroland: Year in Review
Ten Foreign Policy Quotes from the Candidates

CFR - Transcripts

Remarks by Bundesbank Executive Board Member Andreas Dombret at CFR Roundtable
Saudi Arabia: A Look Ahead
The Future of American Power and Influence
U.S. Policy Options in Ukraine
Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Humans and Robots in the Economy
Geopolitical Implications of the Oil Price Plunge
Low Oil Prices: How Did We Get Here and Where Are We Headed?
The Role of Religious Environmentalism
Media Call: Measles Outbreak in the United States
Xi Jinping's Economic Reforms and Consolidation of Power
The Arab Uprisings: Four Years Later
Falling Oil Prices, Europe's Quantitative Easing, Nervous Markets: The Global Economy at the Start of 2015
Protecting Retirement Security: The Future of Public Pensions
United Nations' Valerie Amos on Accountability and Intervention in Humanitarian Work
Media Conference Call: North Korean Cyberattack on Sony Pictures

CFR - Special Reports

Rebuilding Trust Between Silicon Valley and Washington
Repairing the U.S.-Israel Relationship
Xi Jinping on the Global Stage
Revising U.S. Grand Strategy Toward China
U.S. Policy to Counter Nigeria's Boko Haram
Reorienting U.S. Pakistan Strategy
The Future of U.S. Special Operations Forces
Countering Criminal Violence in Central America
Partners in Preventive Action
The Drug War in Mexico
Congress and National Security
Internet Governance in an Age of Cyber Insecurity
Strengthening the Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime
The United States in the New Asia
Enhancing U.S. Preventive Action
The National Interest and the Law of the Sea
Global Imbalances and the Financial Crisis
Eurasian Energy Security
Sovereign Wealth and Sovereign Power
China, Space Weapons, and U.S. Security
Global FDI Policy
Climate Change and National Security
The Case for Wage Insurance

CFR - Task Force Reports

A Sharper Choice on North Korea
The Emerging Global Health Crisis
Delivering on the Promise: Advancing U.S. Relations with India
U.S.-Turkey Relations
U.S. Trade and Investment Policy
U.S. Strategy for Pakistan and Afghanistan
U.S. Immigration Policy
Confronting Climate Change
U.S.-China Relations
Russia's Wrong Direction
More Than Humanitarianism
In the Wake of War
Building a North American Community
Iran: Time for a New Approach
Renewing the Atlantic Partnership
Nonlethal Weapons and Capabilities
Finding America’s Voice
Iraq: The Day After
Burma: Time For Change
Meeting the North Korean Nuclear Challenge
Threats to Democracy
Terrorist Financing
Testing North Korea
Beginning the Journey
Strategic Energy Policy Update

CFR - First Take

Bringing the Foreign Policy Debate Home
Iran's Marginal UN Moment
The Legacy of the 9/11 Terrorists
Syria: Beyond the UN Veto
U.S. Strategic Signals in Southeast Asia
Aligning U.S. Health Care with U.S. Foreign Policy
NATO Tries to Pivot Past Afghanistan
Afghanistan: More Questions Than Answers
Partial Progress on U.S.-Afghan Front
Guantanamo Bay Justice on Trial
How to Read North Korea Deal
Franco-German Misstep on Eurozone
Iraqi Rivalries Spell End for U.S. Troops
Libya's Quixotic Despot Meets His End
Weighing U.S. Response to Iranian Plot

CFR - Expert Briefs

Understanding South Korea’s Tense Election
South Africa’s Cabinet Reshuffle Reflects Leadership Crisis
Better a Stalemate Than Defeat in Afghanistan
Why Is Iran Imprisoning Iranian-Americans?
Abe and Obama: Reconciliation and the Rebalance
South Korea’s Leadership Crisis
What to Watch at the Climate Conference in Marrakech
North Korea’s Testing Decade
The Zika Threat Moves North
The Warsaw Summit: NATO Examines Itself, Again
Russia’s 2016 Parliamentary Elections: A Putin Scorecard
For Japan, a G7 to Remember
What Makes Boko Haram Run?
CRISPR: Transformative and Troubling
Will China Change Its North Korea Policy?

CFR - OpEds

France's Election Proves It—America Is Now an Example of What Not to Do
How to Clean Up the Mess in Venezuela
I Will March for Science on Saturday — So Should You
Don’t Abdicate America’s Leadership Role at the IMF
Women’s Empowerment Starts at the Bank
France’s Turmoil Makes Brexit Seem Tame
"Mother of All Bombs" Reminds Us That America Is Still at War in Afghanistan
The Second Year of Europe
How Will Trump Get Us From Tomahawks to the Peace Table?
Don’t Count on Russia to Get Rid of Assad
How Trump Can Help Cripple the Iranian Regime
What Was the Legal Basis for the U.S. Air Strikes Against Syria?
Putting Pressure on China Probably Won’t Help U.S. Workers. Here’s What Might.
How Trump Can Get Xi to Yes on North Korea
Trump Is Making a Huge Mistake by Giving VIP Treatment to China

Atlantic Council - New Atlanticist

Drone Sale Would Cement US-India Ties
US Withdraws from Paris as Climate Impacts are Underscored
The Statue of Liberty and the New Birth of Freedom
Kenya’s Fake News Problem
Erik Prince’s ‘Reckless’ Proposal for Afghanistan

Atlantic Council - NATOSource

Mattis: 'Russia Must Know... What We Will Not Tolerate'
Trump's Impromptu Commitment to Defend NATO Allies
Putin Vows Military Response to 'Eliminate NATO Threat' If Sweden Joins US-Led Alliance
Trump National Security Team Blindsided by NATO Speech
Trump Expected to Shake Up NATO Summit

Atlantic Council - EgyptSource

A Constitution That Doesn’t Protect Rights and Freedoms: Libya Writes Its Constitution
France, Italy, and Libya’s Crisis
Fifty Years On, a Defeat at Israel’s Hands Haunts Egyptian Military Veterans
Is Saleh Diplomatically Outmaneuvering the Houthis?
The US Can Decide to Worsen Yemen’s Water Crisis or Alleviate it

Atlantic Council - MENASource

A Constitution That Doesn’t Protect Rights and Freedoms: Libya Writes Its Constitution
France, Italy, and Libya’s Crisis
Fifty Years On, a Defeat at Israel’s Hands Haunts Egyptian Military Veterans
Is Saleh Diplomatically Outmaneuvering the Houthis?
The US Can Decide to Worsen Yemen’s Water Crisis or Alleviate it

Atlantic Council - SyriaSource

Could Federalism Work for the Syrian Crisis After Years of Conflict?
Raqqa’s Water War
Hezbollah’s Military and Political Victory in Arsal
Thinking About Strategy: Part Three
Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham and Ahrar al-Sham: The Fatwas that Ignited a War for Money

Atlantic Council - TTIP Action

TRADE IN ACTION July 27, 2017
TRADE in ACTION - July 13, 2017
TRADE in ACTION - JUNE 29, 2017
TRADE in ACTION - June 16, 2017
TRADE in ACTION - June 2, 2017

Atlantic Council - Defense Industrialist

How to Be Like Ike
“The Whole Network Needs to Mesh in Wartime”
No, Senator, it's not 90 percent.
What’s the real effect of America First on the arms trade?
Too Secret a Secret Weapon?

Atlantic Council - SouthAsiaSource

India and the Emerging World Order
This Week in South Asia: October 25-31
This Week in South Asia: October 11-17
This Week in South Asia: September 27 – October 3
This Week in South Asia: September 13-19

Atlantic Council - FutureSource

Gene-Editing in China: Beneficial Science or Emerging Military Threat?
In Search of Truth: From Human Learning to Machine Learning
Mapping the Trajectory of Western Liberalism
The 2017 UK General Election and the Future of US-UK Relations
The UK and EU Must Moderate Brexit and the US Must Get Smart About What is Unfolding

Finnish Institute of International Affairs - Columns

Charly Salonius-Pasternak: Su-24 flyby of USS Donald Cook: the trouble of keeping your word
Carrie Weintraub: How Do The Iowa Caucuses Work?
Anna Kronlund: 2016 - A year of congressional elections as well
Charly Salonius-Pasternak: The many and extreme candidates of the GOP
Michael Haltzel: "I Think the Adults are Beginning to Take Over"
Mika Aaltola: Plays for US presidency are increasingly based on dramatic appeal
Niklas Helwig: Pakolaiskriisi ei ole Saksan ongelma vaan mahdollisuus Euroopalle
Niklas Helwig: The refugee crisis is not a 'German problem', it is a European opportunity
Mika Aaltola: Why the West is Easily Duked: The Strategic Anatomy of the Duke-type Russian Cyber-Attacks
Marco Siddi: Europe does not have a `migration problem': it has a xenophobia problem

Institute for the Study of War

Syria Situation Report: May 19 - June 1, 2017
Syria Situation Report: May 10 - 18, 2017
Ukraine Update: Russia's Active Campaign in Ukraine
The Campaign for Mosul: April 29-May 11, 2017
Maseh Zarif

Stanley Foundation - Global Leadership

The Practice and Craft of Multistakeholder Governance
Understanding the Future Actors in Transnational Governance
Order and Disorder in Today’s Global Order
Back to Reality: India’s National Interests and Multilateralism
G-20 Action on Vehicle Efficiency and Emissions
The G-20 and Food Security: What Is the Right Agenda?
Domestic Constraints on Global Cooperation
Shifting Coalitions and Potential Blocs for Asian and Pacific Leadership in the G-20
The Roles of South Africa and the United States for the 21st Century International Agenda
Nuclear and WMD Security and Summit Diplomacy—Leveraging Top-Level Engagement
How Are Key 21st-Century Powers Arranging Themselves: For Competition, Coexistence, or Cooperation?
Making the G-20 a Reservoir of Global Leadership: A Maximalist Argument
Evolution of the G Groupings: A Progress Check
Multilateral Counterterrorism: Harmonizing Political Direction and Technical Expertise
The United Nations and the G-20: Ensuring Complementary Efforts
Challenges in Global Governance: Opportunities for G-x Leadership
At the World’s Summit: How Will Leading Nations Lead?
The US and Rising Powers
The United States, Pivotal Powers, and the New Global Reality
Africa at Risk or Rising? The Role of Europe, North America, and China on the Continent
America's Uncomfortable Relationship With Nationalism
A Realist Policy for Managing US-China Competition
Accepting "Our Shared Responsibility"
The G-20: The Committee to Not Save the World
'We're going to need a lot of statesmanship'
Leaders Must Effectively Use Various Global Venues
Fifty Years Later, Lessons Remain From Khrushchev’s Iowa Visit
Something New May Rise From Group of Eight's Ashes
Try Multilateral, Pragmatic Approach in Africa
India Rising: Promotional Audio Featuring David Brown
Mumbai: Post 26/11 (from "India Rising")
The Real Slumdog Millionaires of Dharavi (from "India Rising")
An Interview with Ambassador Princeton Lyman
An Interview with Danny Jordaan
An Interview with Jessie Duarte
"Brazil Rising"
India's Economic Growth
Urban Breakthrough
International Order at Risk
China’s Passive-Aggressive Strategy

Stanley Foundation - UNSCR 1540

Beyond Boundaries in South Asia: Bridging the Security/Development Divide With International Security Assistance
Strengthening WMD Security: A “Whole of Society” Approach
1540 in Practice: Challenges and Opportunities for Southeast Asia
Beyond Boundaries in Eastern Africa: Bridging the Security/Development Divide With International Security Assistance
WMD, Drugs, and Criminal Gangs in Central America: Leveraging Nonproliferation Assistance to Address Security/Development Needs With UNSCR 1540
The Next 100 Project: Leveraging National Security Assistance to Meet Developing World Needs
Beyond Boundaries: WMD Nonproliferation in Africa
UNSCR 1540: A Critical Tool for a Safe, Secure World
Nuclear Security: Cooperating to Prevent Catastrophe

Stanley Foundataion - Preventing Genocide

Human Protection: Strategic Opportunities in a Challenging Political Environment
The Power of the Private Sector in Preventing Atrocities and Promoting the Responsibility to Protect
Putting Environmental Stress (Back) on the Mass Atrocities Agenda
Allies Against Atrocities
2015 Annual Report of the Latin American Network for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention
Violent Nonstate Actors as Perpetrators and Enablers of Atrocity Crimes
Economic Drivers of Mass Atrocities: Implications for Policy and Prevention
2014 Annual Report: Activities of the Latin American Network for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention
Ten Years Since the World Summit: Developing Civil Society’s Strategy for the Responsibility to Protect in the Asia-Pacific Region
The Responsibility to Protect in the Next Decade
A New Multilateralism for Atrocities Prevention: A Global Fund and Development Agenda Advancing Rule of Law
Advancing Transatlantic Linkages on Responsibility to Protect and Mass Atrocity Prevention
Strategies and Next Steps for the Responsibility to Protect: A Conversation with UN Member States
From NonInterference to NonIndifference: Reflecting on the Implementation of the Article 4(h) Agenda at the African Union
Civil Society Perspectives: Building State Capacity To Prevent Atrocity Crimes
Building State Capacity to Prevent Atrocity Crimes: Implementing Pillars One and Two of the R2P Framework
Structuring the US Government to Prevent Atrocities: Considerations for an Atrocities Prevention Board
The Role of Regional and Subregional Arrangements in Strengthening the Responsibility to Protect
Atrocity Prevention and US National Security: Implementing the Responsibility to Protect
Wider Lessons for Peacebuilding: Security Sector Reform in Liberia
The Challenges of State Fragility for US and Global Security in an Interdependent World
Afghanistan: Thinking Through the Basics
The Responsibility to Protect and Foreign Policy in the Next Administration
Actualizing the Responsibility to Protect
Surveying the Civilian Reform Landscape
Peacekeeping and the Responsibility to Protect
Beyond Libya: A world ready to respond to mass violence
Sudan, Ivory Coast underscore need to prevent large-scale killing
If a Tree Falls in the Forest
Cooperation and Collective Action
International Order at Risk

CNAS - Topics

Voices from the Field
U.S. National Security and Defense Policy
Terrorism, Irregular Warfare and Crime
National Security Leaders Forum
Natural Resources + National Security = Natural Security

CNAS - National Security

U.S. AID Supports Disaster Risk Reduction, Resiliency and Climate Adapation Engagement in Asia Pacific
Photo of the Week: Because No One Should Read Too Much on Fridays
GAO: Climate Change Puts U.S. Agriculture at High Risk
National Security Advisor Tom Donilon's Speech on Foreign Policy in the Modern Energy Era
Drivers of Instability and Conflict in Africa
Photo of the Week
Energy and Water Security Priorities Move Ahead at U.S. Military Installations
Photo of the Week: Because No One Should Read Too Much on Fridays
Signing Off
Photo of the Week: Because No One Should Read Too Much on Fridays
Reforming Mexico’s Moribund Oil Industry

Harvard International Law Journal

Symposium: The Work of International Law
The Work of International Law
Response: Coexistence, Cooperation, Conflict: What Role for International Law?
Response: Tim Meyer on The Work of International Law
Harvard International Law Journal Online Symposium 2017: Accountability for the Illegal Use of Force
The Crime of Aggression Under the Rome Statute and Implications for Corporate Accountability
The Crime of Aggression and Modes of Liability – Is There Room Only for Principals?
The Missing Pieces in Article 8 bis (Aggression) of the Rome Statute
Accounting for Victim Constituencies and the Crime of Aggression: New Questions Facing the International Criminal Court
Accountability for the Unlawful Use of Force: Putting Peacetime First

International Crisis Group

Dura aterragem na Venezuela
China Hardens Position on South China Sea
Venezuela’s hard landing
Testimony to the UK Parliament's International Development Committee on the Humanitarian Situation in Burundi
The South China Sea Needs ASEAN More Than Ever
Bangladeshi Leaders Must Stop Politicizing Counterterrorism
The Kurds: A Divided Future ?
Теракт в Стамбуле: россияне под подозрением
Agreements on the End of the Conflict and the Referendum Bring Peace in Colombia Closer
In Memoriam, Ambassador Wu Jianmin 1939-2016

Foreign Policy Association

Three Problems Facing Spain’s Government Today
The Persecution of Christians and Hindus in Bangladesh
NAFTA Negotiations will Extend China’s Influence in North America
Soft Power Gain for Taiwan
Venezuela is on the Road to a One Party State
Theresa May’s Misplaced Bet on Donald Trump
Judicial Activism and the Fight Against Institutionalized Corruption
Hindu rights activist: “Bangladesh is now infested with ISIS”

Foreign Policy at Brookings

Terrorism in the Philippines and U.S.-Philippine security cooperation
Can South Korea save the day?
U.S.-China relations, 6 months into the Trump presidency
Quel avenir pour Hong Kong, 20 ans après la rétrocession de l’île à la Chine ?
The tumultuous history between the U.S. and North Korea

Peterson Institute of International Economics

Make in India: Tax Reform as Job Creation
PIIE Is Now on Instagram
An Aging Population Explains Most—But Not All—of the Decline in the US Labor Force Participation Rate Since 2007
Forget About Brexit, Focus on the Euro Area Future
Higher Education Is Increasingly Valuable in the United States, Less So in France
Mobile Phones and Monetary Policy
Perils Ahead in European Politics

Institute for Policy Studies

Revoking Citizenship: Israel’s New Repressive Tool
White Supremacy Carries More Than a Tiki Torch
How Air Conditioning Unites — And Divides
Report: Reversing Inequality
Trumping Up Our Trains

International Committee of the Red Cross

South Sudan: Angry man with gun in hand terrifies a hospital
ROK: International Humanitarian Law Summer Session concludes in Pohang
Yemen: War in the time of cholera
Mongolia: experts deepen their knowledge of humanitarian law
H.E.L.P. - A training course for managing relief operations in humanitarian crises
Philippines: Aid reaches 7,000 home-based evacuees of Marawi fighting
Martens Readings 2017 2/2: protection of cultural heritage during armed conflict
Central African Republic: International Red Cross Movement strongly condemns killing of Red Cross volunteers
Zimbabwe: Promoting dignified management of human remains during peace support operations
Traineeship in Communication and Information Management Department
Traineeships in the Detention Unit
Nuclear weapons: For the first time in 72 years, we have genuine hope
Lebanon: The ICRC did not play a role in the transfer of fighters, civilians from Arsal to Syria
Traineeship in the Sustainable Development Unit
Traineeship: Leadership Giving (German-speaking Switzerland)
Mobile teams deliver health for Somalis “far, far away”
Fourth Meeting of Representatives of National Committees on International Humanitarian Law of Commonwealth States
Tanzania: How we've helped in 2016
Hundreds of thousands received assistance in 2016 in Kenya, Tanzania, and Djibouti
Venezuela: Protests, armed conflict and international humanitarian law
Beyond visible scars: Responding to mental health and psychosocial needs
Providing forensics training in Ukraine
Ukraine: ICRC welcomes agreement on safety zones
Health care in rural Rakhine, Myanmar: Through a lens of coexistence
The "Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism" approach: a Guidance Note for National Societies
Marawi clashes: Two months on
Falkland/Malvinas Islands: ICRC work to identify Argentine soldiers buried in Darwin cemetery continues as planned
Shining a light on the ‘neglected’ humanitarian crisis in Lake Chad
Virtual reality app to help amputee children wins humanitarian hackathon
Scarred for life: War in Mosul draws to a brutal end
Clean water to stave off cholera in South Sudan
Brazilian cities adopt measures to reduce the impact of violence on public services
Historic agreement banning nuclear weapons a “victory for our shared humanity”, ICRC says
Unsung heroes of Pakistan: Health-care workers taking risks to save lives
Urban warfare and new technologies: challenges to humanitarian law and action
Rakhine: A clinic open to everyone
War on words: Is journalism disappearing from conflict zones?
Australia: Launch of updated commentary on Second Geneva Convention
ICRC work to identify Argentinian soldiers buried in the Falklands/Malvinas continues as planned
The Additional Protocols at 40: upholding humanity in today's conflicts
ICRC to participate in Urban Humanitarian Response Symposium
About the handbook
Venezuela: People must have access to health-care services at all times
Raqqa and Mosul: Humanity under attack
Philippines: No let-up in fighting in Marawi City
ICRC writing competition
South Africa: Taking forensics beyond the lab and the crime scene
An overview of Islam and International Humanitarian Law (IHL) ICRC webinar with The Islamic College
Ethiopia: Red Cross distributes emergency aid to 35,000 people

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty – At the Heart of the Global Nuclear Debate
The Drivers of Insecurity in Mauritania
The Unspectacular Future of the IAEA Additional Protocol
French Elections and the Eurozone: Between a Rock and a Hard Place
Mafia States
Chinese Oil: An Evolving Strategy
Tribal Governance and Stability in Yemen
Myanmar’s Five Economic Priorities


Newly activated Guard unit to bolster Army Cyber forces
Department of Defense Off-Camera Press Briefing on Elevation of Cyber Command
North Korea to UN: Nuclear program non-negotiable
Amid Protests, China Enforces Tougher Sanctions Against North Korea
Iran Denies Appeal Of U.S. Student Imprisoned On Spying Charges
Trump To Discuss Afghanistan Strategy With His National Security Team
Aviation Soldiers usher in a new era of warfare
Truman Completes CART II
Navy Awards Government of Japan-Funded Contract for Marine Corps Relocation Project on Guam
USNS Spearhead Conducts Narcotics Detection, Monitoring as Part of SPS 17
Exercise Ulchi Freedom Guardian 2017
Japan, US agree to increase military cooperation
Romania - High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems (HIMARS) and Related Support and Equipment
Russia Bolsters Positions in Central Asia Due to Afghan Conflict, DM Shoigu Says
India to Buy $75 million Ukrainian Engines for Russia Made Frigates
China's J-15 fighter jet lands safely after hitting bird
Syrian conflict nearing its end: Adviser to President Assad
Syria calls on UN Security Council to stop US-led crimes against civilians
More than 350,000 children vaccinated against polio in hard to reach areas of Syria - UN
Kirkuk governor refuses to lower Kurdish flag despite court ruling
China: Japan should not claim Diaoyu Islands with US-Japan Security Treaty
Boko Haram pushing refugees from one hell into another: NRC
Lebanon army tightens grip on Daesh near Syria
Turkish Forces Kill Almost 60 PKK Fighters Within Past Week
Jailed Russian Ex-Intelligence Officer Kvachkov Receives Additional Sentence
Pakistan's Khan Calls for 'Open Borders' With Afghanistan
Readout of Secretary Mattis' phone call with Republic of Korea (ROK) Minister of National Defense Song Young-moo
VP-16 Participates in Romanian Navy Day
Navy Releases USS Fitzgerald Supplemental Line of Duty Investigation
Civilian Deaths Surge in Raqqa as IS Tactics Slow US-backed Advances
At Least 12 Dead, Suspect in Custody After Terror Van Attack in Barcelona
US soldier killed in operations against militants in eastern Afghanistan

Long War Journal

Islamic State explosives expert, security official designated as terrorists
Taliban seizes large quantity of weapons during ‘Recent Conquests in Kandahar’
US lists Hizbul Mujahideen as a Foreign Terrorist Organization
Jihadists strike across West Africa

Small Wars Journal

Israel Girds for Next Round of Battle in Gaza Strip
Leapfrogging: Terrorists and State Actors
The Ongoing Challenge of Irregular Warfare: Thoughts on Responses and Intelligence
Is the Afghanistan Debate the Beginning of the End for U.S. Counterinsurgency?
Subs, Swarms, and Stricken Infrastructure: The Vulnerability of the United States to Non-Traditional Terrorist Threats

Institute of World Politics

Failed states and threats of war pulling world to precipice
This Young Violinist Inspired Venezuelans to Stand for Freedom. Now He’s Rotting in Prison.
What Trump and Tillerson don’t get about democracy promotion
Kim Jong Un is going ballistic in more ways than one
Making mountains out of molehills
Don't take North Korea as laughing matter
Two IWP professors to speak on communicating with policymakers
IWP launches National Security Leadership Challenge
A presentation on why homeschooling in Russia is on the rise
Co-Director of AEI's Program on Financial Policy Studies highlights key points from his book

European Council on Foreign Relations

What are the dynamics between EU heavyweights in the face of Brexit?
Russia in Libya: War or Peace?
If Trump blows up the Iran deal, he’ll cause a meltdown in Europe, too
Europe in the German federal elections: What do the manifestos say?
Poland: The importance of being president
A one-two punch to the rule of law in Poland
Window of opportunity closes on Cyprus reunification
Trump-Putin meeting: Much ado about nothing
The Hamburg G20: A clash of competing visions of world affairs
Trump in Warsaw: What is at stake for Poland and Europe?
Why Stalin’s popularity doesn’t have to be as terrifying as it seems
Central Europe’s Tough Choice: Macron or Orban?
US must avoid a war with Iran in eastern Syria
There is nothing to back expectations of a softer Brexit
Tangled up in lucre

Asia Pacific Forum

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