The underlying beliefs that people in the United States and China hold toward each other in the security realm are likely to influence, directly or indirectly, each side’s foreign policy with regard to the bilateral relationship.
The oil industry is uniquely positioned and has a strong economic incentive to mitigate the structural political and economic dysfunction known as the “oil curse.”
Japan has pledged not to produce more plutonium than it can consume. Serious questions are emerging, however, about whether it can uphold this commitment.
President Putin’s desperate and risk-laden attempt to shore up the Assad regime reflects Russia’s waning influence in the Middle East rather than a grand scheme to rebuild its global status.
The new phase in relations with Cuba represents an intriguing test case for cooperation on political reform issues between Western and rising democracies.
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