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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

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Iran’s Presidential Election: An Autocracy Votes

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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

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    Milan Vaishnav Monday, July 28, 2014
    The primary purpose of Kerry’s trip to India is symbolic, but that does not make it unimportant. The Obama administration is looking to reset its relationship with India as a whole as well as with Modi the individual.
  • Modi Government’s Challenge in Nepal
    C. Raja Mohan Monday, July 28, 2014
    India can improve its Nepal engagement by simply helping itself through the development of frontier regions in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, modernising border infrastructure, and upgrading transborder connectivity.
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    With intensifying international pressure to end hostilities, a brief lull in fighting currently prevails in Gaza. But a formal ceasefire between Israel and Hamas has proven elusive.
  • What’s Behind Libya’s Spiraling Violence?
    Frederic Wehrey Monday, July 28, 2014
    Libya is clearly entering a dangerous new phase, but conventional readings of its politics misdiagnose the problem and offer solutions that will fail or even make things worse.
  • Crying Genocide: Use and Abuse of Political Rhetoric in Russia and Ukraine
    Matthew Kupfer, Thomas de Waal Monday, July 28, 2014
    The word “genocide” has long been abused in Eastern Europe. In the current Ukraine crisis, such fiery rhetoric is fueling a dangerous conflict and hindering reconciliation.
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