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Obama’s Smart Diplomacy in China

The United States did the right thing in cutting a deal to save blind activist Chen Guangcheng. But his case highlights just how much progress China needs to make on human rights. A week ago, no one would have predicted that the future of U.S.-China relations could lie in the hands of a blind Chinese human rights defender. But for …

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U.S. and Turkey to Step Up ‘Nonlethal’ Aid to Rebels in Syria

BEIRUT — Turkey and the United States plan to provide “nonlethal” assistance, like communications equipment and medical supplies, directly to opposition groups inside Syria, and will urge other allies to do so as well, the White House deputy national security adviser said on Sunday, after President Obama met with the prime minister of Turkey at a nuclear security conference in Seoul, …

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The False Iran Debate

LONDON — Jeffrey Goldberg of The Atlantic has been perhaps the most vigorous, influential and informed voice relaying the view that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel sees the Iranian leadership as a “messianic apocalyptic cult” and will bomb Iran to stop its nuclear program. In an Atlantic cover story of September 2010, he predicted Israel would attack Iran with one hundred …

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Mission Incomplete

The United States needs to stay in Afghanistan until the job is done. Afghanistan policy is in crisis, at least in the United States. With Osama bin Laden now dead, some are wondering whether it’s time to declare this mission accomplished — or with Afghanistan so troubled, perhaps it’s mission impossible? In fact, it is mission incomplete: The Afghanistan mission …

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The Islamic World’s Quiet Revolution

Everybody who pays attention to these sorts of things knows Muslim societies are almost uniquely immune to the forces that have been driving down fertility rates on every continent for decades. But everybody, it seems, fell asleep before the final act. Throughout the ummah (the Arabic term for the global Muslim community), the average number of children born to women is falling dramatically. (Apoorva …

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The Petrostates of America

Yes, the U.S. economy is addicted to oil — selling it. The United States now faces a daunting challenge: The world’s crude oil supply has been flat for years, even as emerging economies demand ever greater quantities. To prosper in this environment, the United States will have to make progress in using fuel more efficiently faster than emerging economies can …

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The Counterterrorism Consensus

How did liberals end up supporting the Obama administration’s continuation of George W. Bush’s secret war on terror? There are few areas of greater disappointment for liberal supporters of President Barack Obama than his policies on civil liberties. From the failure to close Guantanamo Bay and his ramped up drone war to the continued reliance on indefinite detention, military commissions …

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A Loss We Can Live With

The endgame in Afghanistan isn’t 2013 or 2014; it’s already happened. The only thing now is to make sure that the retreat is not a total disaster for those we leave behind. “It was Leon being Leon.” This is the take you get when you ask Obama administration officials exactly what it was that Defense Secretary Leon Panetta meant when …

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Globalisation and the State

Introduction At the beginning of the 21st century, we are living in an era of globalisation. Is globalisation a threat to the Westphalia system? The Westphalia system was a framework of governance. At the core of this mode of governance stood the principles of statehood and sovereignty. Statehood meant that the world divided into territorial parcels, each of which was …

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Iran and the security council: changing the dynamic

A more pragmatic United States approach, a more coherent security council, and active mediation by Europe – three key ingredients to unlock the Iran problem, says Jan De Pauw. The United States proposal on 31 May 2006 of direct talks with Iran in return for Iran’s commitment to suspend its nuclear enrichment and reprocessing work represents a glimmer of possibility …

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