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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

  • Postponing the Trade Agreement With Ukraine: Bad Move, EU
    Ulrich Speck Tuesday, September 30, 2014
    Ukraine The EU made a mistake when it compromised with Russia and delayed the implementation of its free trade agreement with Ukraine.
  • Lens on Modi
    Frederic Grare Monday, September 29, 2014
    The future of U.S.-India relations will ultimately depend on India’s capacity to reform itself, and therefore on the prime minister’s ability to deliver on his campaign promises to fix the structural weaknesses of his country’s economy.
  • For the Two Nations, Biggest Potential is in Defense
    Milan Vaishnav Saturday, September 27, 2014
    Washington is in a mood to strike up new deals with India and is eager to seize the window of opportunity with a new government.
  • China’s Debt Problems ‘Aren’t the Same as in the West’
    Yukon Huang Friday, September 26, 2014
    China doesn’t fit the stereotype of a nation set to undergo a Western-style financial crisis as the indebted companies and banks are all state-owned.
  • Book Review: ‘Corruption in America’ by Zephyr Teachout
    Sarah Chayes Friday, September 26, 2014
    Recent jurisprudence, which has whittled down the definition of corruption to encompass only a contractual exchange between briber and public official, represents nothing less than “a revolution in political theory.”
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