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The Fruits of Diplomacy With Iran

The prospect of a comprehensive nuclear agreement with Iran in the next few months, if executed rigorously and embedded in wider strategies for regional order and global nuclear order, can be a significant turning point.

The Historic Part of Prime Minister Abe’s U.S. Visit

Cementing better security ties between the United States and Japan will pay long-lasting dividends.

Why the Iran Nuclear Deal Is Not the North Korea Deal

Unlike North Korea, Iran may well be motivated to live up to the terms of its nuclear deal, while the United States may find it even more difficult to deliver.

Latest Analysis

  • Are We Seeing Palestine’s Spring at Long Last?
    Nathan J. Brown, Daniel Nerenberg Friday, February 12, 2016
    Deep changes are at work in Palestinian society and politics but a particular strategic goal remains elusive.
  • China, the Yuan and the IMF: Double or Quits?
    François Godement Friday, February 12, 2016
    In spite of a troubled summer for the Chinese currency, the International Monetary Fund decided in late November 2015 that the Chinese yuan would join the IMF’s reserve currency basket.
  • Running Low: Algeria’s Fiscal Challenges and Implications for Stability
    Intissar Fakir, Dalia Ghanem-Yazbeck Thursday, February 11, 2016
    Strategic spending has long helped the Algerian government placate its citizens and maintain fragile stability. But deteriorating finances could jeopardize that approach.
  • Indonesia: The Reluctant Giant
    Vikram Nehru Thursday, February 11, 2016
    Despite its strategic location and economic heft, several domestic shortcomings are keeping Indonesia from projecting power globally and regionally.
  • The Staggering Price of Syria’s Reconstruction
    Perry Cammack Thursday, February 11, 2016
    Five years of war in Syria have left large swathes of the country in ruin. While an end to the war is nowhere in sight, a reconstruction bill that is likely to run well over $100 billion means that planning for Syria's eventual rebuilding must start now.
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