The move to block Finland’s and Sweden’s bids threatens the relationship between Ankara and the West.
Johnson’s reputation may be close to stellar outside of Britain. But back home, integrity, decency, and stability in Northern Ireland are being replaced by vested interests and short-term gains aimed at securing political survival.
Although China is dangling economic incentives in front of the Taliban, it does so to extract security guarantees while seeking to ameliorate development challenges in Afghanistan for fear that poverty may drive instability.
Putin’s war in Ukraine has shattered Germany’s illusions about bringing Russia closer to Europe. A change in Berlin’s approach to Moscow would benefit Franco-German ties and the entire EU.
Questions are emerging regarding the impact of the war on the future of Sino-European relations.
Ultimately the EU should consider its relationship with India in the larger Indo-Pacific context and, for the moment, place any unhappiness at India’s position on Ukraine to one side.
David Axelrod joins Aaron David Miller to talk about how foreign policy shapes American voter preferences.
Murtazashvili argued that the only way for the US to wield more influence in central Asia would be to work multilaterally, supporting initiatives that have broad regional support, and thus helping nations there develop independent foreign policies.
China is treading cautiously in Afghanistan, a panel of experts told the United States-China Economic and Security Review Commission, an independent U.S. government agency that reports to Congress, on May 12.
Evan Feigenbaum and Darshana Baruah sit down with Douglas Farrar to talk about the U.S.-ASEAN special summit