What If America Doesn’t Recover From Trump?

Jan 20, 2021

With two-thirds of Republicans still believing that President Joe Biden’s election was fraudulent, the Republican Party faces what could prove to be an existential fork in the road. Does it double down on Trump and Trumpism at this juncture or does it reject his divisive legacy root and branch...

The British Far Right Has a New Voice of Unity
Jan 20, 2021

The British Far Right Has a New Voice of Unity

Regulating the Fast-Changing Fintech Landscape
Jan 19, 2021

Regulating the Fast-Changing Fintech Landscape

Is There a Path to Redemption for Mitch McConnell?
Jan 08, 2021

Is There a Path to Redemption for Mitch McConnell?

It’s Time to Put Guardrails in Place in Washington

It’s Time to Put Guardrails in Place in Washington

Jan 08, 2021

Americans have historically been fond of pounding their chests when proclaiming US “exceptionalism,” believing that what happens elsewhere in the world doesn’t happen here. That was until Donald Trump came steamrolling in. His supporters’ storming of the US Capitol on Wednesday was a...

Turkey Must Be Held Accountable for Its Abuse of Syria’s Yazidis

Turkey Must Be Held Accountable for Its Abuse of Syria’s Yazidis

Dec 09, 2020

An August report by the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) on the Turkish occupation of northern Syria did not mince words, testifying that there has been a dramatic increase in killings, kidnappings, unlawful transfers of people and seizures of land and properties by the Turkish military and its...

Qatar Is Set for Its First National Elections

Qatar Is Set for Its First National Elections

Dec 08, 2020

President-elect Joe Biden’s foreign policy will be anchored in the traditional pursuit of America's international role and interests. Biden has had a lengthy career in the Senate, where he served as the chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee. He also served as vice president under Barack...

Iran’s Revenge Against Israel Will Be a Long Game

Iran’s Revenge Against Israel Will Be a Long Game

Dec 04, 2020

Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, shot to death by a remote-controlled weapon on November 27 in Iran’s capital Tehran, was the fifth nuclear scientist Israel’s intelligence agency, the Mossad, has assassinated over the past 13 years. He joins a list of dozens killed by Israeli special forces over the...

The Rise of the Digital Émigré

The Rise of the Digital Émigré

Nov 20, 2020

The French word “émigré” specifically refers to people who leave their home country for political reasons, a self-exile of sorts. In that sense, it’s a very different term from “immigrant,” “expat” or “nomad.” In history, émigrés have fled abroad to escape from revolutions in...

Cambodia’s COVID-19 Recovery Must Include Microfinance Reform

Cambodia’s COVID-19 Recovery Must Include Microfinance Reform

Nov 19, 2020

In Cambodia, more than 2 million of the country’s 10-million-strong adult workforce hold a microcredit loan. Each of those loans comes to an average of $3,320, or twice the per capita GDP of the country. While microcredit was once considered a useful tool, without a national social assistance...

What the Democrats Need to Understand About America

What the Democrats Need to Understand About America

Nov 18, 2020

The most-watched election in the world is over, and the United States will have a new president. Democrats succeeded in removing Donald Trump from office — the first one-term president in nearly 30 years and the fourth in the last century — but the Republican Party won this election. Joe Biden...

We Can’t Turn Our Back on the DRC

We Can’t Turn Our Back on the DRC

Nov 18, 2020

Amid spiking violence and displacement, life in the Democratic Republic of Congo today is nothing short of nightmarish. The numbers may help show the scale: renewed violence in the northeastern part of the country killed more than 1,300 and displaced more than 660,000 Congolese from their homes so...

India-US Relationship Is Now Official

India-US Relationship Is Now Official

Nov 13, 2020

After decades of dithering, India has finally opted for American-led security architecture in Asia. In the latest US-India 2+2 meeting of foreign and defense ministers, the two countries concluded a fourth foundational agreement. The four key agreements between the United States and India to date...

Third Countries Are Invited to Join European Military Projects

Third Countries Are Invited to Join European Military Projects

Nov 11, 2020

As the European Union comes to terms with a changing strategic environment, it needs to do more to provide for its own defense and security. This includes better and more comprehensive EU-NATO coordination but also the participation of non-EU members in projects and processes initiated...

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