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The Transatlantic Alliance’s Responsibility Crisis

The war in Ukraine has united the West in its capacity to provide the necessary financial, humanitarian, and military aid in a time of...

The Diplomacy-Deterrence Complex in the US Defense Policy in the Middle East

The Middle East has featured prominently in the US defense policy in multiple trajectories of international relations – both Cold War and post-Cold War....

Money and Competition: An Argument Against US Monetary Support of Ukraine

President Biden’s recent appeal to Congress on a multibillion dollar package for Ukraine has brought into question the efficacy of how Washington engages in...

Overcoming Barriers to Foreign Aid Today

America has re-invested itself — and its image — in foreign aid. President Biden is reversing Trump-era policies which slashed funding for foreign aid...

Whither Sino-US Relations?: Key Takeaways From the Virtual Summit

Nov. 16 brought what many across the world were eagerly waiting for -- a bilateral meeting between the United States and China. Though the...

Why Transactionalism Will Dictate the US-Pakistan Relationship

In an interview with CNN, on Sept. 15, 2021, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan commented on the situation in Afghanistan, and the current state...

Ten Years On, We Are Still the 99%

On Sept. 17, 2011, several hundred activists gathered in Downtown Manhattan and took over the Zuccotti park near Wall Street where they staged their...

The Economic and Human Costs of 9/11 Attacks

It has been said that for Baby Boomers and Millennials, 9/11 is their equivalent to Pearl Harbor. Twenty years back, 19 men hijacked four...

Is It Possible to Move on? 20 Years of 9/11 and the Afghanistan Debacle

Perhaps there is nothing more tragic than seeing the Taliban officially inaugurating its government in Kabul just 4 days prior to the 20th anniversary...

How Will Brazil Stand Amidst the Competition Between the U.S. and China?

For a good part of the last two centuries, the U.S. wielded dominant influence on South America and its largest country, Brazil. Bilateral relations...

Short-sighted US Foreign Policy in the South Caucasus in a New Geopolitical Environment

The recent visit of foreign ambassadors and other diplomatic representatives to the liberated Azerbaijani town of Shusha was skipped by the US, French and...

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Can Pakistan Be Another Sri Lanka?

The political mayhem in Sri Lanka continues to unfold;...

The Complexities of the Iran-China-Russia Triangle

Most strategic commentators view Iran as an integral component...

Renewed Alliances: A Trans-Caspian “Middle Corridor” Brings Kazakhstan Closer to Turkey

Due to the global preoccupation with Russia's war against...

Rohingya Camps Near the Border — a New Source of Insecurity?

The bordering area at the strategically southern part of...

Mega Projects of Bangladesh: Major Stakeholders, Future Directions

Since its fifty years landmark of independence, Bangladesh is...