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The Keystone XL pipeline is a canary in the mine. It is a warning of what’s to come.
China’s very high rates of saving and investment in infrastructure, plants and equipment, research and development, and human capital should be seen more as a source of strength than of weakness.
India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi and U.S. President Barack Obama ended their second summit meeting in less than four months by proclaiming that a new chapter has begun in bilateral relations.
President Obama’s big legacy could be seen as empowering Tehran.
To understand the strategic significance of the meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and U.S. President Barack Obama, it is necessary to look beyond the outcomes that the two leaders have unveiled.
The uncertain health of the sultan of Oman has heightened concern about the future of the country. Amid mounting popular frustration, criticism of Qaboos bin Said Al Said has emerged. There are several measures the regime can undertake to avoid further unrest. عربي
The Islamic State’s expansion in Qalamoun is not the real threat to Lebanon’s security—the Nusra Front’s attempt to gain more control along the Lebanese side of the border is.
Members of the Jordanian pilot’s tribe have protested in Amman, pressuring the government to agree to an exchange.
As they ended their three-day summit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Barack Obama had every reason to feel vindicated that their political bet on each other had paid off handsomely.
China must carefully consider which relationship is more important: relations with its neighboring countries or with the United States.
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