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Is the World Falling Apart?

 

Carnegie experts assess the instability around the world and today’s foremost geopolitical hotspots—it’s much-needed sober analysis during heady times.  

 

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How Egypt Prolonged the Gaza War

Foreign Policy July 28, 2014
 

Egypt’s role as mediator is complicating negotiations on a lasting ceasefire in Gaza.

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Underestimating Oil and Water Challenges in the Northern Great Plains

article August 19, 2014
 

An oil production boom threatens water resources unless there is comprehensive management to mitigate risks. | video

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Putin Will Not Accept Defeat

POLITICO Magazine August 8, 2014
 

Ukraine and Russia are on a collision course and may already be past the point of no return.

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Lebanon’s Inevitable Entanglement in Regional Conflict

Al-Hayat July 24, 2014
 

Lebanon will remain deeply entangled in regional turmoil as long as Hezbollah is outside of official control. | عربي

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Can India and Pakistan Enhance Relations?

National Interest August 19, 2014
 

India must walk a fine line between ignoring Pakistan and keeping the door open to better relations.

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Erdoğan Is the Victor But Not Yet Almighty

article August 11, 2014
 

Next year’s parliamentary elections will determine Turkey’s future path and the sustainability of the newly elected president’s political power.

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Out of Ideas on Nagorny Karabakh

Eurasia Outlook August 5, 2014
 

The conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan remains unresolved because of internal dynamics, not external factors.

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