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    Taliban Complete Northeast Afghan Blitz

    It is pretty bad and I think it is going to get worse. I was just listening again to President Biden so the thing is that these talks with the Taliban that we initiated under President Trump, those were not peace negotiations. Basically, it was a surrender process

    • Op-Ed

    Unnerved By Taliban Gains, Central Asia Boosts Ties With Russia and China

    The ongoing withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan is transforming diplomatic and security dynamics in Central Asia, creating opportunities for Russia and China to enhance their engagement with increasingly anxious governments in the region.

    • Q&A

    Why the U.S. and Chinese Militaries Aren’t Talking Much Anymore

    As U.S.-China relations have soured, high-level contact between the two countries’ militaries has declined. Some form of resumed military-to-military interactions could help prevent a misunderstanding or miscalculation from spiralling into a full-blown conflict.

    • TV/Radio Broadcast

    Biden’s Democracy Strategy

    President Biden has been really forthright in saying his administration will be focused on democracy as a central plank of their agenda.

    • TV/Radio Broadcast

    The US & UK Withdrawal From Afghanistan

    • Aaron David Miller
    • August 09, 2021
    • Tom Swarbrick Radio Show on Leading Britain’s Conversation

    I think it’s a matter of time and how fast the ticking clock begin to tick. There is no doubt the Taliban emerges as the most significant military and political force in the country

    • Op-Ed

    The Tunisia Model in Crisis

    As the countries around it descended into civil war or regressed into authoritarianism, Tunisia held free and fair national and local elections, adopted a liberal-democratic constitution, and witnessed a peaceful transition of power.

    • Op-Ed

    Austin’s Southeast Asian Tour Shows a Better Way for the U.S. to Counter China

    Defence Secretary Austin struck the right note during his visit to Southeast Asia by not following the Trumpian playbook of denouncing China at every turn, but instead promoting positive relations with the region for their own sake.

    • TV/Radio Broadcast

    What Did Trump Do Right?

    I did understand over the course of the (Trump) presidency that we were dealing with a different actor on foreign policy. Somebody who had a different way of thinking about America's role in the world and speaking about it than did the establishment and did his predecessors.

    • Op-Ed

    Why It Might Be Good For China if Foreign Investors Are Wary

    The chaos in Chinese stock markets last week was exacerbated by foreign investors selling Chinese shares, leaving Beijing’s regulators scrambling to regain their confidence while they tried to stabilize domestic markets.

    • Diwan

    America Often Wrong

    In an interview, Anatol Lieven discusses how the U.S. has erred in the broader Middle East.

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