Outside Publications

 Outside Publications


The Diplomat

Trump’s Risky Reliance on China to Handle North Korea


Benjamin Katzeff Silberstein

The Diplomat It’s been an odd few weeks on the Korean peninsula. Many blame North Korean military parades and the recent missile test. Though such events may be the ...

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The National Interest

Cross-Strait Tension Will Increase If Taiwan Buys New Weapons


Thomas J. Shattuck

The National Interest Since the inauguration of Tsai Ing-wen as president of Taiwan in May 2016, cross-Strait relations between Taiwan and China have been deteriorating at an alarming rate. ...

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Foreign Affairs

A New Season of Turmoil in Kashmir


Sumit Ganguly

Foreign Affairs With spring, yet more turmoil has come to significant parts of Indian-controlled Jammu and Kashmir. Widespread violence has resulted in several deaths and has left at least ...

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Outside Publications

The Syria Strike: Are the United States and Russia On a Collision Course?


Nikolas K. Gvosdev

The National Interest After reviewing the evidence and considering the options available to him, President Donald Trump ordered a proportionate strike on the Syrian air base where it is ...

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Outside Publications

The Mar-a-lago meetings: Trump, China and – yes – Philadelphia


M. Terry Cooke

Philadelphia Business Journal As President Donald Trump prepares to meet with President Xi Jinping for the first time this week, the world is watching closely. Of particular importance is ...

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The Wall Street Journal

Reset Your Life in an Hour


John A. Nagl

The Wall Street Journal F. Scott Fitzgerald was completely wrong when he suggested “there are no second acts in American lives.” If America stands for anything, it is reinvention, ...

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The American Interest

Belarus and the Failure of the Russian World


Chris Miller

The American Interest In April 2014, a month after annexing Crimea, Russian President Vladimir Putin declared himself the defender of the Russkiy Mir—a “Russian world” dominated by ethnic Russians ...

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The Hill

US working alongside its Arab allies should promote moderate forms of Islam


Ahmed Charai

The Hill US working alongside its Arab allies should promote moderate forms of Islam Since the emergence of Al Qaeda and Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), America ...

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War on the Rocks

RUSSIA IS AN ASIAN POWER TOO: JAPAN UNDERSTANDS, BUT DOES THE UNITED STATES?


Chris Miller

War on the Rocks Washington’s two recent big summits occurred as if they were in two different worlds. First, President Donald Trump met Chinese President Xi Jinping at Mar-a-Lago, ...

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Atlantic Council

Is Russia Getting Ready to Invade Ukraine Again?


Stephen Blank

Atlantic Council Recent Russian actions suggest a new stage of the Russian threat to Ukraine—and potentially to the Caucasus, Belarus, or the Baltic States as well—that could presage a ...

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