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After the Egyptian Coup

The demonstrations may be larger this time, but Egyptian society is far more divided than it was during the revolution two years ago. It is essential for the transition to be inclusive.

Forging the Next Phase of Cooperation

Upcoming strategic talks offer an opportunity to cultivate personal ties and shape the future of U.S.-India relations.

Realistic Expectations for Iran's New President

It was surprising that Rowhani was permitted to win by an unelected conservative establishment who over the last decade have systematically purged moderates and reformists.

Iran’s Presidential Election: An Autocracy Votes

The outcome of Iran’s election will not have much of an impact on Tehran’s foreign policy and nuclear strategy—the supreme leader, not the president, makes those decisions.

U.S.-China Summit: Time to Make History

A playbook for how Presidents Obama and Xi can make more history than leaders have in decades.

Latest Analysis

  • Chinese Takeaway: Modi and Jokowi
    C. Raja Mohan Wednesday, October 22, 2014
    There are good reasons why Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi should start paying serious attention to the new Indonesian president, Joko Widodo.
  • The EU and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Action Without a Script
    Richard Youngs Tuesday, October 21, 2014
    Palestine The EU’s understandable priority in Gaza is to contain further violence. But the union also needs a deeper policy that addresses the roots of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
  • Iran and India’s Road to Afghanistan
    C. Raja Mohan Monday, October 20, 2014
    South Asia Map Delhi and Tehran see the Chabahar port as a means to improve their geopolitical leverage with Pakistan and pursue their common interest in providing Central Asia alternative routes to the Indian Ocean.
  • How to Link Australian Iron With Marine Le Pen
    Michael Pettis Sunday, October 19, 2014
    China’s disproportionate demand for iron is the result of its investment-driven growth model. In considering how Chinese adjustment will affect Australia, one must consider global savings imbalances.
  • The Great Game Folio: Russia Hugs China
    C. Raja Mohan Friday, October 17, 2014
    2014 BRICS Summit As Russia embraces China to relieve the pressures from the West, India’s room for geopolitical maneuver in Asia and beyond is bound to shrink.
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