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Prime Minister Narendra Modi can break out of the vicious circle in Indian-Pakistani relations by changing the way New Delhi frames and conducts dialogue with Islamabad.
The international fleet review is a reminder of India’s capabilities to help build an open, secure, and prosperous Indian Ocean.
Any strategy to combat the self-proclaimed Islamic State in Libya should aim to bridge Libyan political divides while channeling assistance in a way that promotes cooperation between rival forces.
Reigning in North Korean hackers is consistent with China’s cyberpolicy and boosts security on the Korean peninsula.
China’s economy is slowing, which could continue for years unless a sustainable growth path is established. However, the pervasive pessimism surrounding China’s prospects is overdone. Русский
The spread of protests in Tunisia since mid-January reveals the depth of its unresolved and festering socio-economic crisis and exposes how little has changed in the relationship between the police and the general public since the 2011 uprising. عربي
The G7 must carry forward the mandate of wrestling the climate change tragedy of horizons toward a more constructive and less catastrophic denouement.
Kazakhstan faces multiple geopolitical and economic threats over which it has limited control. But the country’s greatest upcoming challenge is one of its own making.
Migration will likely be the ultimate make-or-break issue for the European Union. Member states can tackle this challenge only through cooperative, collective action.
North Korea has been described as the world’s last Stalinist country. The rhetoric of its officials may indeed be Stalinist, but market forces have played a major role in its economy since at least the late 1990s. The spontaneous growth of free enterprise has been crucial to the North Korean economy’s slow but steady recovery from an external shock. Русский
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