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The common thread in U.S. strategy toward Iran, Syria, and North Korea isn’t changing these regimes so much as it is trying to change their behavior. More than likely, they will all remain hostile to U.S. interests.
The fast pace of technology offers India an opportunity to embrace the changes that such advances brings and to use those advances to solve critical problems facing the country.
As nations impose restrictions on immigration and movement of people, New Delhi can attract top global talent and nurture Indian talent with the right policies and frameworks.
For the first time, France may have a clear electoral win for deeper European integration and a European sovereignty.
Citizens across Europe are taking to the streets and the Internet to counter the Euroskeptic and anti-immigrant messages of far-right populists and nationalists.
New Delhi’s current challenge is not about undoing Beijing’s new economic weight in the region. It is about building on its own natural geo-economic advantages in the region.
Increased risk-taking concerning North Korea’s nuclear ambitions could potentially pay off, but there’s a catch.
Andrey Movchan explains what lessons Russia can learn from Mexico, the United Arab Emirates, and Venezuela to deal with the perennial “resource curse.”
A president who was deemed to be unconventional and unpredictable has become quite predictable, at least on the substance of U.S. foreign policy.
While traditionally focused on the economic and cultural domains, today the European Union and India are taking unprecedented steps to deepen the security dimension of their partnership.