The U.S. president is under siege, and that means his allies face a conundrum
The United States is already being ruled under a state of emergency. It began under President George W. Bush and continued under President Obama. President Trump just has to ice the cake.
Consumed by domestic controversies and growing foreign policy crises in North Korea and the Middle East, the Trump administration has put little effort into developing a new policy approach towards Central Asia.
A regular survey of experts on matters relating to Middle Eastern and North African politics and security.
What are the outcomes of the dialogue and what are the implications for economic relations between the two countries? Six Scholars from China and the United States give their insights.
Half a year into the Trump era, there’s little evidence of Donald Trump, master negotiator. In several important areas and with important partners, Trump seems to be getting the short end of the proverbial stick.
North Korea’s most recent nuclear test calls into question a more active cooperation between China and the United States to increase long-term regional stability. Despite agreeing on the goal of denuclearization on the peninsula, both countries have been unable to reach a real consensus.
Secretary of State is the second-best job in government, the least politicized and the most prestigious in the Cabinet. There are compelling reasons why few have resigned.
The opposite of knowledge is ignorance. But the willful disregard of knowledge—regardless of motive—is stupidity.
Thoughtful and respectful leadership, close consultation with affected parties, and a commitment of real resources to assemble necessary leverage present a better chance than anything on offer so far.