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Although nimble diplomacy can paper over the emerging cracks in India’s multi-alignment strategy, Delhi will need to make some difficult judgements on where its interests might lie when push comes to shove among the great powers.
Modi’s trip to Central Asia is a welcome change in India’s relations in the area, but he will need a long-term strategy to overcome the constraints on India’s regional role.
While the motivations of Indian voters might be shifting, the make-up of the candidate pool they choose from is not.
Crises from the EU to China to the Middle East have the potential to force the kind of rethinking and growth that could, in the end, have lasting benefits for all those involved and for the world at large.
The Greek crisis is not just about money, or about the appalling state of the Greek body politic. It is about the future of Europe.
The Greek crisis shows why now is the time for further economic, political, and fiscal integration in the eurozone. But can European governments achieve that?
If the UK leaves the EU, that might also be a game changer for Ankara. But a partnership short of membership could fail to drive further political reforms in Turkey.
Beyond Syrian president Bashar al-Assad and the self-proclaimed Islamic State, a third moderate way can still exist for Syria if the Southern Front is empowered.
An effective strategy to defeat the jihadist group must overcome the deep-seated mistrust between Iraq’s Sunni and Shia communities.
The visit by the Northern Cypriot leader to Brussels on June 29–July 3 might not have received much attention. But chances have never been higher for a reunification of Cyprus.
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