Last month Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong offered three recommendations for the US government to enhance its relationships in Asia in the context of US-China tensions.
Ashley YoungAugust 28, 2020
Washington and the West need to stop neglecting Lebanon, primarily for the sake of their own strategic and regional interests.
Habib C. MalikAugust 12, 2020
Michael Sobolik, a fellow in Indo-Pacific Studies at the American Foreign Policy Council in Washington, DC, speaks with Mark Melton…
Michael Sobolik & Mark MeltonJuly 16, 2020
Religious liberty is not a luxury good that countries can dismiss and still “get by.” It’s necessary for a vibrant democratic society and national security.
Christos A. MakridisJune 25, 2020
As COVID-19 spreads globally, religious minorities are now more exposed and vulnerable.
Zsuzsa Anna FerenczyJune 18, 2020
Because the war analogy breaks down and causes problems, comparing the COVID-19 pandemic to natural disasters like hurricanes makes more sense and helps society think through current dilemmas.
Mark MeltonJune 10, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic illustrates interesting dynamics of the current international order, including how countries like Brazil are stuck with an aggressive China and an absent America.
Igor SabinoApril 28, 2020
The real 2020 questions about the US-China contest lie in how they influence the context for global trade, technology standards, military tools, and power projection.
Emily de la Bruyere & Nate PicarsicJanuary 22, 2020
Each African state faces its unique prospects and challenges heading into the new decade. Nevertheless, there are common themes and transnational trends we may expect to shape the continent in the new year and beyond.
James BarnettJanuary 13, 2020
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