The Chinese government must move quickly and dramatically to increase interest rates to reduce the risk of an inflation crisis.
The balance of power in the Taiwan Strait has not shifted in China’s favor, but China’s acquisition of new military capabilities threatens cross-strait stability, argues a new volume from the Carnegie Endowment.
The Israel-Palestinian peace process is effectively dead, argues Carnegie's Nathan Brown in his new commentary. If the international community wishes to revive the two-state solution, a much longer-term strategy is required, focusing in part on rebuilding a stronger Palestinian leadership.
WASHINGTON, June 7--Sufism—a mystical form of Islam that has flourished in the Muslim world for centuries—has enjoyed a strong revival in Central Asia.