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Recent events in Turkey and Ukraine have exposed serious miscalculations in the West’s handling of Russia.
While confronting the self-proclaimed Islamic State may be a necessary step to eradicate it, this may be exactly what the group is hoping for.
Unless Modi’s government engages opposition in the Lok Sabha, the winter session of parliament will amount to no more than ordinances and obstruction.
Populist parties across Europe have been quick to link the Paris terrorist attacks to the refugee crisis, which some U.S. presidential candidates have also exploited.
The unfolding economic rivalry between China and Japan is great news for Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The attacks in Paris may have shocked the international community, but the French government appears quite alone in its fight against the self-proclaimed Islamic State.
If Modi plucks the low-hanging diplomatic fruit with India's partners, his efforts to detox the domestic environment will get a big boost.
With American political discourse these days, the prospects for escaping the "Clash of Civilizations" narrative have never looked more dismal.
The turmoil in eastern Ukraine has shaken the post–Cold War order. But there is reason to hope a more effective approach to building regional security might be possible.
China must stand with the EU at this moment of reckoning and proactively participate in the debate about Europe’s future. 中文
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